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4,400 containers of table grapes were exported directly from the port of Paracas in Peru

Fresh Grape
Fruits
Peru
Supply Chain Management
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 21, 2024

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The Port of Paracas has started exporting Peruvian grapes to international markets, including Philadelphia, Savannah, Los Angeles, Rotterdam, Valencia, London Gateway, Vancouver, and Manzanillo, enhancing the competitiveness of southern Peruvian agro-exporters by reducing transit times. Over 2,600 containers of grapes are transported weekly, with benefits including security, proximity to production areas, and quick response to unexpected situations. The port's closeness to the harvesting area allows for same-day harvest and transport, maintaining fruit quality and condition, and enabling multiple trips per day, resulting in significant logistical and cost savings.
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(Agraria.pe) The start of services from the Port of Paracas for the export of Peruvian grapes to international markets has achieved important benefits for agro-exporters in the south of the country, especially the improvement of their competitiveness since the transit time to port of origin and to the main destinations has been reduced. This was highlighted by the general manager of the Association of Table Grape Producers of Peru (Provid), Alejandro Cabrera Cigarán, and the commercial director of MSC, Rafael del Solar, one of the two shipping companies that is operating in the aforementioned maritime terminal. in the province of Pisco (Ica). “The service is very competitive. The truth is that it has been super good, very attractive in terms of transit time and has been received in the best way by our producers,” stated the Provid representative. Transit times Del Solar, from MSC, indicated that transit times to the main destinations are: Philadelphia 12 days, Savannah 15 days, ...
Source: Agraria
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