Tuesday, August 01, 2017

Export of fruits at Tecon Salvador grows by 112% in first half

The Container Terminal at the port of Salvador, operated by the Wilson Group sounds, presented 112% record growth in exports of grape and mango in the first half of this year, compared to the same period in 2016. From January to June, 536 containers were moved. The main destinations of the fruits, which are produced in the Valley of San Francisco, are United States and Europe.
"Tecon Salvador has consolidated its position as first choice for producers in this region. Throughout the year, we met with them to map the needs and find solutions. Today we can, for example, anticipating the arrival of their destination, ensuring that the product earn more "shelf time, points out Patricia Iglesias, Commercial Director of the terminal.
The Bahian terminal also offers online scheduling, Customer Portal, exclusively for refrigerated cargo gate. With this, the producer has made available free to recoil load times 24 hours, with the PDE (Later Release of shipment), which allows you to streamline the documentation issued by the IRS.
Another highlight of the terminal was cabotage, which presented high of 18% in the first half, compared to the same period in 2016. June also recorded the second best result of the year. Your 5300 were moved during the period, representing a growth of 22.3%, compared to the same month last year. Among the main bustling loads are retail (+ 49%), chemical and petrochemical products (+16%) and rice (+13%).
Tecnologística - 31/07/2017
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