Three cooperatives that supply supermarkets have joined together to increase efficiency and compete better.
Walmart's arrival to the region generated nervousness in the supermarket industry, and business have not delayed in creating alliances in order to face up to the new competition.
Such is the case of Union Cooperative Supermarket West, a grouping of three Cooperatives (Coopepalmares, Coopronaranjo and Coopeatenas), created last year to join forces and improve its market position.
Quetzal and Santo Tomas de Castilla port companies launched the tender process for the service for a second time.
The port companies tried to hire a non-intrusive container inspection service through X-ray last year, but the Mexican Company, Bofica, appealed before the Fifth Chamber of the Administrative Court, alleging that it had existing contracts with the State.
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