In seeking to mitigate the effects of the crisis, the trade of goods is redirected, which means opportunities for logistics operators.
Many Latin American companies are reacting to the global economic crisis by looking for markets that are geographically closer than the normal markets in Asia and Europe where demand has fallen drastically.
Companies operating in Panama are designing new services and changes in their organizational structures.
Orlando Carpintero wrote in Prensa.com: "U.S. courier companies FedEx and UPS and the German Company DHL will be restructuring at the global level, including massive personnel layoffs to reduce costs. However, the three companies stressed that Latin America and Panama maintained a solid growth and, therefore, no staff reductions will come to Panama or the rest of the region.
Founded in 1931 with one single-engine Stinson plane, TACA Cargo offers specialized cargo and courier services.
Eighty years later we bridge the Three Americas serving customers at 42 destinations in 22 countries in North, Central, South America and the Caribbean, including flights to Toronto, Canada and nine major U.S. cities. Among our destinations are New York, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile, Sao Paulo, Lima, Quito, Bogota, Caracas, and Santo Domingo.
Operates in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama
Phone: (281) 443 1808