The leading inter-island market shipping company becomes, for the first time, an official sponsor of the event
The Transvulcania Organization announces the agreement with the inter-island company Fred. Olsen Express, through which the shipping company will become, for the first time, an official sponsor of the twelfth edition of the island’s race.
With the main objective of facilitating the transfer of runners and companions between islands, this agreement is born with which Fred. Olsen Express also seeks to position itself within the sports field, being one of the key pieces of the movements of participants and companions, as well as being a strategic partner when it comes to providing logistics to the event’s own organization.
But this alliance between Transvulcania and Fred. Olsen Express goes far beyond the commercial part. Both entities share philosophy by being firmly committed to the territory and encouraging the practice of healthy lifestyles and caring for the environment, as well as focusing on sustainable projects with a high level of service.
With the signing of this agreement begins a new era in which Fred. Olsen Express will also share the successes of the famous race of La Palma that will attract 2,500 participants from more than 60 different countries and of today, there are only places available for the Half Marathon and the Vertical Kilometer, having completed registrations for the Marathon and the Ultramarathon months ago.
Raúl Camacho, Sports Counsellor, affirms that “Transvulcania 2020 will mark a new line of work where alliances mean joining for both parties, we face this new future together with great enthusiasm and desire, we know that we are going to achieve great things together. With Fred. Olsen Express know that we can count on a powerful ally that will allow us to build the new future of Transvulcania. ”
“The Transvulcania is an international level test with great involvement local of which it is an honor to be part. Our goal is to be close to our passengers, facilitate their travel and more than ever support the local commerce, healthy lifestyles and also the island of La Palma ”, says Juan Ignacio Liaño, manager of the shipping company.