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 Nacion.com

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