GrupoNogar was founded by Ceferino Nogueira Rodríguez in 1942. Over half a century later of specialist port services, freight logistics and commodity trading, GrupoNogar still maintains an essentially family structure, backed by a team of professionals with extensive experience in maritime trade, which places us in a uniquely privileged position in regard to our customers and collaborators.
GrupoNogar sustains its underlying ground base in its continuous commitment and orientation towards its clients, where the expertise of the founding members combines with the push and readiness of the newly integrated generations to develop the Group’s main value: its vocation to service.
Another constant feature in the last decade of growth has been the Group’s international expansion and search for new business ventures, always hand in hand with our partners and friends.
In line with the demands of an ever-changing market and in order to fulfil more completely our customers’ needs, GrupoNogar structures its business into four main branches:
Logistics: We cover everything related to port and logistics operations: ship agents, warehousing, goods transport and handling, stevedoring, loading and off-loading of all types of goods (feedstuffs, wood pulp, forest-based products, steel, windmill components, general cargo), Project Cargo, cold-store terminals, import-export of containers via our worldwide forwarding service, etc. We currently run agro-food and general cargo terminals in six Galician ports, plus a container terminal in Paranaguá (Brazil) and the port of Pisco in Paracas (Peru).
Comercial trading: On both Spanish domestic and international level, the scope of our business includes: commodity trading, manufacturing innovative products for the composition of animal feeds, as well as new technologies in the telecom sector.
Real Estate: Residential property developments in Galicia and development of retail-industrial lands spread over various plots and estates.
Renewable Energy: Operation and management of wind farms and small hydroelectric plants (SHP) in Brazil, currently with an electricity production output of 700 MW and a further 1,000 MW under study, plus a biogas plant already in production.