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Greater regional logistics integration between Peru and Ecuador

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Published Mar 4, 2024

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Ecuador's commercial advisor in Peru, Ricardo Valdivieso Ramírez, has stated that the under-construction port of Chancay, north of Lima, Peru, will enhance logistics integration between Peru and Ecuador. The port is expected to reduce time and costs for Ecuadorian exports to the Asian market. A group of 15 Ecuadorian companies recently visited the port to understand its operations, and the Ecuadorian embassy plans to organize another trade mission to Peru later this year to explore further trade and investment opportunities.
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03/04/2024 The port of Chancay, which is being built north of Lima and which would begin operations at the end of this year, will strengthen logistics integration between Peru and Ecuador, said Ecuador's commercial advisor in Peru, Ricardo Valdivieso Ramírez. “Ecuador and Peru share deep ties of friendship and our trade exchange exceeds 2,000 million dollars. At this moment the trade balance is favorable to Peru, because Peruvian exports of fishmeal and food for shrimp farming have improved. Ecuador,” he declared. He said that the main Ecuadorian export products to Peru are oil and also others such as wooden boards, stoves and processed foods. Efficiencies Valdivieso said that the port of Chancay “will shorten time and reduce costs” for Ecuadorian exports to the Asian market. “We have the opportunity to strengthen logistics integration, the supply chain and production chains,” he emphasized. In this sense, a mission of 15 Ecuadorian companies arrived in Peru and visited the works ...
Source: PEelperuano
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