09/04/2015 by Carlos Leones
The meeting is one of the most important events for the maritime sector in Latin America
Sao Paulo, Brazil: Venezolana de Control Intermodal C.A ( Veconinter ) attended for the fourth time to one of the most important fairs for the sector in the continent, the Intermodal South America 2015 , which took place in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil. On its 21st edition, this event gathered key actors of the maritime industry in a solid business atmosphere.
During three days, between the 7 th and 9 th of April, the fair brought more than 680 exhibitors from 25 different countries, including a highly qualified audience of executives in the matter of logistic solutions, cargo transport and foreign trade. The meeting is an ideal stage for enterprises such as Maersk Line, CMA CGM, Hapag-Lloyd and Hamburg Süd to maintain direct contact with clients and enhance commercial relations.
To Veconinter , with 27 years of experience in the maritime sector, the event represented an opportunity of reunite with their clients in Brazil, renovating the trust and engagement with the quality process and total satisfaction of the client that identify the companies’ vision. The organization was represented internationally by Martín Medina, Commercial Director, and the Damages Division Department by Ramón Brea, in addition to members from the local office.
“The expectation will always be to maintain the efficiency and contact with all the business opportunities that emerged through the different meetings that were developed in the fair” commented Martín Medina, Commercial Director of Veconinter .
Medina highlighted the participation of Veconinter in conferences and fairs in countries like Honduras, Mexico and more recently, Colombia, during the 11 th edition of Expologística Colombia 2015 , which takes place in Bogotá, this August.
Venezolana de Control Intermodal is a company founded in 1988, specialized in the administrative management of billing and collection for the maritime industry that offers an integrated operational process to intermodal equipment. The organization operates in more than 14 countries and serves as a reference for the sector, based on technological innovation, quality processes and total satisfaction of the clients. To date, Veconinter works with ten of the largest shipping lines of the world.
For more information, please visit the web: http://www.veconinter.com/
KEYWORDS: Veconinter, Industry, Intermodal, Fair, 2015, Collection, billing, MARitime
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