Santiago Montejo, Julio Carrasco y Guillermo Arrien en la inauguración de las nuevas instalaciones

From now until mid-December, 2,600 tons of Indian Ocean tuna will be unloaded at the Marfrío factories.

Santiago Montejo, Julio Carrasco y Guillermo Arrien en la inauguración de las nuevas instalaciones

From now until mid-December, 2,600 tons of Indian Ocean tuna will be unloaded at the Marfrío factories.

With an informal act, al que asistieron los directores generales de Marfrío y Atunlo, the president and the director of the Autoridad Portuaria de Marín and integrantes de las directivas de ambas compañías, así como socios armadores; dieron por inauguradas sus nuevas instalaciones para las que se has inverted 1,4 Millones de euros.

Santiago Montejo, Julio Carrasco y Guillermo Arrien en la inauguración de las nuevas instalaciones
Santiago Montejo, Julio Carrasco y Guillermo Arrien en la inauguración de las nuevas instalaciones.

A minimum annual movement of 17,000 tons of each time is foreseen, which the group will have to duplicate in one year.

This investment affects the loading dock and the refrigeration capacity that Marfrío made independent to gain operations. It allows merchants from anywhere in the world to dock in front of the ship that the company has in Marin, to proceed with unloading and classification. Keeping them in their cold storage until they leave Marín again for processing in factories and Lomeras in the north of Spain.

Equipo Marfrio y Atunlo en la inauguración del muelle de carga de Marfrio S.A.
Carretillero trabajando en la descarga de atún

This activity places Marfrío as a logistics center in the north of Spain for the distribution of tuna and other fish in bulk.

Some investment facts

A minimum annual movement of 17,000 tons of tuna is planned, which the group hopes to double in one year.

The unloading will take place in front of the 140 linear meters of mooring in front of the Marín platform.
An average of 80-90 direct jobs will be created with each download.

You can see the full news at: El Diario de Pontevedra and in La Voz de Galicia.

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