APL Logistics Starts Joint-Venture in Venezuela

Thursday, September 12, 2002
APL Logistics has established operations in Venezuela through a joint venture with Grupo Hersan, a leading Venezuelan Logistics provider. Known as APLL/Hersan de Venezuela, the new venture is APL Logistics’ fourth Latin American expansion in 2002. earlier this year, the company opened or expanded operations in Chile, Guatemala and Honduras. Warehousing, container-yard management, transportation, and cross-border logistics, including customs brokerage services. It operates in four Venezuelan cities: Puerto Cabello, Cagua, Moron, and Barquisimeto. Fabio Duque, who formerly managed APLL’s operations in Chile, is the general manager, situated in the Cagua facility.

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