sexta-feira, 24 de novembro, 2017

Chocolates and fish already moving logistics sector

Christmas hasn't even arrived yet and Easter next year already moves the logistics sector around the world. Is that generally the applications for fish and chocolates are negotiated between November and December to be shipped at the end of the year or early next. Despite the huge coast and of great potential fishing 60% of fish consumed by Brazilians are imported from other countries. But the export is also at a fast rate. "The most exported fish are tilapia, tambaqui, tambacu, tambatinga, carp, pirarucu and pacu. The most imported are cod, panga, salmon and tuna coming mainly from China, Viet Nam, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Norway, Chile and Argentina, "says Paulo Espíndola, Procurement Pricing Manager DC & Logistics Brazil. Chocolates on the way consumers In some cases, refrigerated containers are used for loads of chocolate. The Brazil is the third largest producer of chocolates and, according to the Ministry of agriculture, the Brazilian chocolate reaches more than 100 countries in every continent of the world. "The export of cocoa and processed product and the import of inputs and technology are moving the logistics sector", says Lamin Souza, national sales manager of DC Logistics Brazil. "We are working hard with the export of fine chocolates, mainly to the United States and Europe. For that, we have a network of specialised agents that give us all the support from the origin to final destination, "reinforces Suroor.
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