Aerocasillas Invests in new depot in Costa Rica

With an investment of $1 million the company is opening a 11,000 square meter customs warehouse in Heredia.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

The new depot will be used to collect parcels acquired by internet shoppers.

"This facility will house the company's 125 people working in the operations department of the company which has 18 branches and a staff of 400 people.

In a press release, the company announced that it is the first Central American customs warehouse intended for this purpose", writes Sergio Arce for

More on this topic

Where are your Customers?

February 2012

"Businesses should be where their audiences are, and if consumers are currently online, that is where businesses belong."

An analysis of Google's most searched words on the web in the days before Valentine's Day, has revealed that searches by Costa Ricans for the word "Chocolate" for example, increased by 99% , while searches for "cards" increased by 43%, and “flowers” by 24%.

Shopping Done Using Cell Phones

November 2013

Devices connected to the internet will revolutionize consumption not only in terms of the way things are bought but also in the interaction between consumers and retailers.

From an article by the Costa Rican Foreign Trade Promotion Office (PROCOMER):

Mobile devices continue to change buying habits and defining the profile of the online shopper was the topic of discussion at Mobile Commerce Congress, the first conference dedicated exclusively to mobile commerce as a new sales tool for retailers, conducted in Spain.

Venturing Into Online Trading

June 2015

Every day more and more retail companies are selling their products through their own websites, climbing up the wave of change already being felt in traditional sales formats.

In Costa Rica, even though statistics show a slight decrease in total purchases made by online consumers, trading companies are optimistic and predict a growth in the long-term trend, as is happening in other markets .

Guatemala: Changes in Puerto Quetzal Customs Offices

July 2015

Private operators which were previously authorized to operate in the customs area will no longer do so and it will be the Port of Quetzal the responsible for the public role of customs clearing.

The amendments are intended to improve general customs controls and functions after the fraud network that operated from inside of the Superintendency of Tax Administration (SAT) was dismantled.

 close (x)

Receive more news about Business and Investment

Suscribe FOR FREE to CentralAmericaDATA EXPRESS.
The most important news of Central America, every day.

Type in your e-mail address:

* Al suscribirse, estará aceptando los terminos y condiciones


The area of property is 12,613 m2 (3.17 AC) with 138 lineal meters (453 Ft.) frontage to corredor norte. Land classified as RM3. At only $190/M2
Prime property for motel, residential building...

Stock Indexes

(Oct 13)
Dow Jones
S&P 500


(Oct 13)
Brent Crude Oil
Coffee "C"