New Courier Company Coming to Costa Rica

The company founded on Colombian capital, Servientrega, announced its entry into the Costa Rican market in 2013, as part of its expansion plans.

Friday, September 14, 2012

Luz Mary Guerrero, president of the company said to the Colombian newspaper Portfolio that entry into Costa Rica is part of its expansion plans which include opening offices in Canada and Spain. quoted Luz Mary Guerrero who said, "We are doing this first with the shipping operations, which is the area where we are strongest, for example at the level of the Andean region ... We are well advanced in these countries, the truth is that Servientrega’s business model is well consolidated and we are doing well. "

In the Costa Rican market the company will compete with Correos de Costa Rica, JetBox, UPS, DHL, Mudanzas Mundiales y Liberty Express.

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