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Boluda (Shipping company, Spain)

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House flag of Boluda - Image by Eugene Ipavec, 8 April 2009


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House flag of Boluda

The house flag of Boluda (photos, Macarena B, March 2008) is a red pennant with a dark blue cross and a white canton bearing a red "B" within a double red ring. The flag is hoisted at bow, which is unusual, but as there is no other flag flying from the usual places it is presumably their way of displaying the house flag .
This new logo and flag appeared on the company website in February 2008.

Neale Rosanoski, 24 January 2009


Former house flags of Boluda

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Former house flags of Boluda - Images by Eugene Ipavec, 8 April 2009

The company website once showed the house flag of Boluda, either rectangular or triangular (photo, VB Algericos, company annual report 2006), as white with a blue St. George's cross, and in the center the company logo.

Dov Gutterman & Jarig Bakker, 4 November 2003

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Two other former house flags of Boluda - Images by Eugene Ipavec, 8 April 2009

A photo in the company's magazine show a group of standing flags inside an office, but being draped little detail can be made out. One in front appears to be white bearing the logo of a flapping flag surmounting a ring. The other front flag seems to red with a blue cross and a white canton bearing a charge which at first glance appears to be the old logo less the ring but the cross arm issuant from the red frame panel is coming from the corner and not midway.

Neale Rosanoski, 24 January 2009


Naviera Fos S.L.

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Former house flag of Naviera Fos - Image by Jarig Bakker, 4 November 2003

Naviera Fos, now a subsidiary of Boluda, formerly used a blue triangular flag with a red decentered cross; in the center of the cross a white disk charged with a blue "F".

Dov Gutterman & Jarig Bakker, 4 November 2003