February 1, 2019
BERGÉ has appointed new directors in its port delegations in the Canary Islands, Huelva and Seville, appointing Fernando Reino as the new director of the Canaries, Ramón Moreno director of Huelva and Ignacio Oleaga as director of Seville.
Positions from which they will assume as main tasks the commercial and strategic management of the businesses in each location, the institutional relations, as well as the leadership of the operations, based on the continuous improvement of each port, with the development of the BERGÉ Management System.
These appointments are part of the strategic line of the company, which has allowed it to position itself as a leader in an increasingly demanding and competitive sector.
Fernando Reino is the new director of the BERGÉ delegation (Bergé Marítima) in the Canary Islands. He joined the company in 2002 as ship inspector and head of operations in Ferrol (A Coruña) and, since then, has developed his career in various positions and delegations. In 2016 he assumed the responsibility of Consignaciones in Gran Canaria, where in the last three years he has played a key role in the revitalization and increase of the results of the operations in the Islands (with its own delegations in Las Palmas and Tenerife and with subagents in the rest of islands).
For his part, Ramón Moreno is the new director of Operations in Huelva. With more than 24 years of experience in the sector, Ramón has a degree in Economics from the University of Seville and joined BERGÉ in 2010 where he has held various positions. In 2016 he was appointed director of the delegation in Seville until today where he has been instrumental in the performance and transformation of the results obtained. Before joining BERGÉ, Ramón held different positions in the shipping group Contenemar.
Ignacio Oleaga happens to occupy the position of director of the delegation in Seville. Born in Bilbao and with extensive background and experience in operations working in various companies in the sector such as South Atlantic Services, Oelaport Cádiz or the Polyvalent Terminal of Cádiz. Since 2015, he has held different positions in Bergé Marítima in Andalucía and the Comunidad Valenciana. In 2016 he was appointed Head of Consignments, Transits and Operations in Seville.