New Cargo Center at Liberia Airport

The new cargo terminal at Daniel Oduber International Airport will allow businessmen from Guanacaste and its surroundings to export by air, without having to cross San Jose.

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 reviews that "... The buildings will have three loading and unloading bays, an electronic floor scale, a reception area of 538 m², space for handling special goods, sterile area, space for handling special goods and a cold storage room of 153 m²."

The article adds that "... There will also be offices for Customs, the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, the National Animal Health Service (Senasa), operations and monitoring, as well as X-ray equipment and metal detection equipment."

According to a statement from the Presidency of Costa Rica, the company in charge of operating the cargo center is RexCargo.

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