Valencia, Spain (PortSEurope) June 22, 2018 – On June 5, the shipping company MSC inaugurated the company’s new Spanish headquarters in Valencia.
During the event, Francisco Lorente, the company’s General Manager for Spain, stated that “MSC still wants to set the industry standard”. Over 300 people were invited to the opening of MSC’s new headquarters in Spain, including Alberto Fabra, the President of the Valencian Regional Government; Rita Barberá, the Mayor of Valencia; Paula Sánchez de León, the Central Government representative in the Valencian Region; Isabel Bonig, the Valencian Regional Minister of Infrastructure; Máximo Buch, the Valencian Regional Minister of the Economy; Rafael Aznar, the Chairman of Autoridad Portuaria de Valencia (APV – Valenciaport, Port Authority of Valencia); José Vicente Morata, the Chairman of the Valencia Chamber of Commerce; Salvador Navarro, the Chairman of the Valencian Business Confederation (CEV), and Vicente Boluda, the Chairman of the Valencian Business Owners Association (AVE) and of the Valencian Shipping Association.
Rafael Aznar pointed out that it was an “important day for Valencia, its port, and its port community. MSC and the APV have built an alliance that has been thirty years in the making. It has been a successful partnership for our port, which has consolidated its status in the Mediterranean, and it has also benefited MSC. The opening of this new building does not mean that we have achieved our objectives. We must continue to improve, make progress, and face different challenges”.
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