Ocean freight forwarder CaroTrans opened an office in Santiago, Chile, to support expansion in South America.
The company expects the new office and its dedicated partners Craft, Overseas and Inca Line to strengthen its market position, gained over the past 20 years, in Brazil, Argentina, Peru and Ecuador.
CaroTrans operations in South America are connected to its network in the U.S., Asia and Oceania. Raul Katz, Latin America manager, will lead the CaroTrans team in Chile. He will be responsible for market development in South America.
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"I am excited about leading CaroTrans operations in Chile and we are committed to delivering exceptional LCL (less than container load) and FCL (full container load) import and export service to our local customers,” Katz said.
"The opening of the CaroTrans Chile office continues our investment in CaroTrans' global infrastructure, and local support and care of customers in South America. This is a very important market for the global shipping industry and our expansion makes certain that we will have the resources in place to provide the highest level of customer service and support for our global network," said Greg Howard, global CEO of CaroTrans.