Operinter Barcelona, in collaboration with Alonso Forwarding Costa Rica, has begun to market a new consolidated maritime service linking the port of Barcelona with Costa Rica. A professional and efficient 360º service that is committed to innovation, competitiveness, trust and quality.
It should be remembered that the international transit division of Alonso Forwarding has its own delegation in Costa Rica with an office in the country’s capital, San José. For its part, Operinter has offices in the main cities of the Iberian Peninsula, such as Valencia, Madrid, Barcelona and Algeciras.
A service with a fortnightly frequency
The new maritime line with a fortnightly frequency between Barcelona – Costa Rica is aimed at all types of industries and productive sectors with an exporting vocation. It has a direct service with a transit time of 17 days, which speeds up the process and transport times.
It also offers very competitive rates that fit in with the current market offer. With this new service, both Operinter and Alonso Forwarding Costa Rica add a link to the backbone of any company: expanding customer service. This service should be seen as a proactive component that seeks to satisfy the needs of the users of a given product or service, offering greater value.Asimismo ofrece unas tarifas muy competitivas que encajan con la actual oferta de mercado.
The maritime freight sector, which is constantly changing and subject to market fluctuations, is thinking strategically about new routes and services.
Connectivity, a rising value
In a context where maritime transport rates are tending to stabilise, after a period of very high prices, Operinter continues to develop its offer of maritime services to any part of the world.
Thanks to Alonso Forwarding’s international network, with a presence on five continents, Operinter’s coverage is global. The latest example is the launch of Alonso Forwarding USA, which, with an office in Miami, markets competitive services by land, sea and air to and from all parts of the world. There is no doubt that the large forwarders are increasing their connectivity between ports all over the world, a fact that leads to an improvement in the quality and productivity of the maritime logistics sector.
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