Outsourcing of Logistics Services in Nicaragua

With an investment of $1.6 million Logística Integral S.A. is to establish itself as a logistics operator for outsourced services to national and regional administrative chains.

Monday, November 4, 2013

The company has invested in infrastructure measuring 2,200 m² with a capacity to store 3,800 pallets.

"... Our goal is to give companies linked to us the opportunity to provide outsourcing solutions in terms of storage, receipt, distribution to customers, imports or exports," said José Joaquín Ruiz, general manager of the company.

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