Nicaragua: Cargo Theft Alert

A raíz del robo de un contenedor que transportaba productos lácteos, la cámara del sector hizo un llamado a todos los gremios vinculados al comercio internacional y local, para que refuercen sus medidas de precaución.

Monday, January 13, 2020

In a statement, the Nicaraguan Chamber of the Dairy Sector (CANISLAC) reported that on Friday, December 13, 2019, the first container of Quesillo was stolen in the history of Nicaragua.

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The document dated 6 January 2020, notes that "... The theft took place in the Malpaisillo roundabout at approximately 6 a.m., leaving an approximate loss of $72,000."

The statement concludes that CANISLAC calls on all unions linked to export and local trade to take the necessary precautions to protect the products.

Guillermo Jacoby, president of the Association of Producers and Exporters of Nicaragua (APEN), told Laprensa.com.ni that "... the robbery scheme carried out had not occurred in Nicaragua, which generates strong fears in companies, which could suffer increased security costs in the movement of goods."

Jacoby added that "... in Nicaragua it is very strange that a complete container is stolen ... we are in an economic recession, which is forcing some process of deterioration in the social part ... resulting in assaults of this nature."

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