International Logistics Forum in Guatemala
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Logistics companies in the region will gather together on March 26th and 27th in Guatemala City.
 
The Union of Guatemala has organized the International Logistics Forum Guatemala 2014, in which issues related to the performance and competitiveness of the global logistics industry will be discussed.

The president of the Union of Logistics, Eliezer Castellanos said to Industriaguate.com that "This event aims to identify potential improvement in logistics management, comparing global with local practices in order to increase the country's competitiveness."

"As part of the agenda, a conference program will be held with technical and testimonial issues directed at the logistics sector, such as customs modernization in Central America, the customs modernization project in Guatemala, improving competitiveness through performance, developing logistical competitiveness through innovation in logistics, national competitiveness, and modernization of ports:the case of Chile, among others"
Source:Chamber of Industry of Guatemala
Source:Chamber of Industry of Guatemala
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