The Port of Algeciras, a solution for the increase of fruits and vegetables from Peru in Europe
According to Europasur.es, a large delegation of companies, representing the Port of Algeciras, is carrying out a trade mission in Peru on the logistical challenges of increasing the export of fruits and vegetables from Peru to European countries. This mission is organized by ‘Agencia Andaluza de Promoción Exterior‘ (Extenda) with the support of the ITI Funds.
Europasur notes that the Latin American country has multiplied in recent years its worldwide export of products such as avocado, bananas or artichokes and has in the Port of Algeciras one of its benchmarks to grow in Europe.
Frak Pucutay, coordinating market intelligence of the Peruvian Promotion Commission for Export and Tourism, noted, in a statements collected by Europasur.es, that the Port of Algeciras is the solution to grow in Europe, and that in numbers , more than 600,000 tonnes of fruits and vegetables from Peru arrive on the European continent.
This online medium also highlights that, in addition to that of Algeciras, the main ports through which the fruits and vegetables from Peru reach European consumers are the ports of London and Rotterdam.
Avocado from Peru in Europe
Europasur.es highlights that, in recent years, the Port of Algeciras has become the first national port for the entry of avocado from Peru to Europe. This is mainly due to the commercial work that has been carried out in the last three years with the Latin country and the high maritime connectivity that links the Port of Callao with that of Algeciras.
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