May 05 2020
APM Terminals merges Valencia, Barcelona, Castellón and Gijón teams experience into a new structure
Gateway terminals are playing an outstanding role in keeping undisrupted supply chains in Spain during COVID-19 crisis
APM Terminals has started a process to unify its terminal teams into a combined structure that involves the company's four import and export terminals in Spain -Valencia, Barcelona, Castellon and Gijon-, led by Carlos Arias as General Manager.
The new organization is based on the four teams experience strengths and on their leaders, to excel in the way they serve customers and their businesses, to develop innovative solutions that best meet their needs and business aspirations, and to be the best in class as terminal operators
Supporting and contributing to the communities where APM Terminals operates in is also part of its commitment, with the confidence that, as a combined organization, terminals will go on playing a crucial role in helping Spain in its economic recovery. In fact, as Spanish Gateway Terminals, they are playing a crucial role in helping the country by securing undisrupted supply chains.
APM Terminals Spain thanks customers and partners their support and trust in its operations and teams and shows his commitment to continue supporting them under this new organization.
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