“Behind every great leader there was an even greater logistician.”

Why logistics is a new career trend?

Logistics is considered not only a promising carrier, a stable and future-proof. Logistics offers a wide range of career paths and opportunities for specialization. Even in times of economic struggle, the logistics industry has continued to grow with jobs across the sector in everything from manual warehouse work to supply chain management. Let´s see the […]

“Motivation is the catalyzing ingredient for every successful innovation.”

South African citrus to US begins in earnest

First conventional reefers with South African citrus are due to leave for the US East Coast this weekend South African citrus sources have said they are confident of a good season in the US this year, with indications of a good crop and fruit of excellent quality. While container shipments left South Africa last month, […]

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started.”

EU, Kenya Partner to Ship Fresh Produce by Sea Instead of Air Freight

Growing concerns that horticulture exports are contributing significantly to carbon emissions have prompted Kenya to roll out plans to shift the transportation of produce to the key European market from air freight to sea freight over the next 10 years. The East Africa nation, which is one of Africa’s leading horticulture exporters, has rolled out […]

“The path to greatness is along with others.”

2023 Peruvian Avocado Exports: Spain, China and The Netherlands are top three destinations

Avocado shipments from Peru accelerated noticeably toward the end of April. In week 17, the industry exported 15,849 metric tons of avocados globally, up 34% from the previous week and 1% from the same week in 2022. With these shipments, Peru’s overall avocado exports for the current season have surpassed 100,000 metric tons, compared with the […]

“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.”

EU is second-largest importer of Costa Rican agricultural produce

In the first quarter of 2022, the European Union was the number-two importer of Costa Rican farm products. Shipments worth US$299 million included bananas (39%), pineapples (31%), gold coffee (9%), watermelons (6%) and melon (3%). It should be noted however that both bananas and melons will be subject to pesticide sampling in 2024 under a multi-year plan. Costa Rica has been able to diversify its export range, which includes fresh and exotic […]

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