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Bolloré Logistics Argentina celebrates 20th anniversary

The transport company Bolloré Logistics Argentina which was established in 2001, has now celebrated its 20th anniversary.

The Argentine subsidiary firstly opened as a customs brokerage agent in Buenos Aires, a city located between the port and the international airport, expanded over the years by opening branches in Mar de Plata and Mendoza "in order to be closer to its customers and their supply chain management needs."

Since then, the logistics company has thus been expanded in multiple sectors such as automotive, aerospace, oil and gas with the import of thermoelectric power stations, food products and the export of soft commodities such as flour to Africa.

During the anniversary ceremony, Managing Director of Bolloré Logistics Argentina, German Riccardo expressed his gratitude for the company's staff by saying, "This moment of celebration is an opportunity to thank the loyalty and trust that our customers place in us in these uncertain times, not only for the number of years of presence but also for all the achievements that we have carried out with them and as a team."

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