Galores Logistics to Invest $30 Million in Panama
The Brazilian company Galores Logistics will build five distribution centers in Panama, with an investment of $30 million.
Thursday, March 12, 2009
The general director of Galores Logistics, Rafael Rocha, told Pa-digital.com.pa that "the refrigeration technology that will be introduced to the market will allow the company to provide a complete service with storage warehouses, refrigerated trucks, product packing and shipping," and that the company "will focus its attention on non-traditional fruit and vegetables, livestock, poultry and seafood product exports, among others."
The infrastructure that has been installed ensures that agricultural products are processed competitively and with high levels of quality in regard to their preservation.
The project for expanding the company's warehouses in Colón Free Port, started in 2008, would be ready for 2010.
The Ransa company with an investment of $3 million, has opened its first refrigerated distribution center.
Ransa group plans to invest $4 million in the construction of a cold chamber in Guatemala and is preparing to expand its warehouses in El Salvador.
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