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Videos Q4 2016 Trade Report

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Fruit Exports and controlled atmosphere technologies

“2016 was a year of strong growth for Colombian fruit exports.” Interview with Juan Camilo Vásques, Sales Manager Maersk Line Colombia.

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Outlook 2017 – 4–5% growth in Colombian containerised exports

“Our forecast for 2017 is one of continued growth in Colombia’s container volumes.” Interview with Juan Camilo Vásques, Sales Manager Maersk Line Colombia.

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”We now have access to new technologies”

“Last year, 1 in every 10 exported containers was refrigerated.” Interview with Juan Camilo Vásques, Sales Manager Maersk Line Colombia.

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In 2017, trade between Colombia and Mexico will grow

“In 2016, we saw a 10.4% increase in imports from South American countries.” Interview with Yenia Abadía, Cluster Manager for Sealand in Colombia.

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Growth due to three reasons

“We saw an upturn in imports and exports; especially in exports, which increased 11.3%.” Interview with Yenia Abadía, Cluster Manager for Sealand in Colombia.

Videos Q3 2016 Trade report

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Yenia Abadía, Cluster Manager for SeaLand in Colombia

Between 2015 and 2016, exports between Colombia and North America grew 5%.

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Juan Camilo Vásquez, Gerente de Ventas de Maersk Line para Colombia

At the end of the third quarter, we noticed that refrigerated products represent nearly 21% of the containerised exports.

Videos Q2 2016 Trade Report

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Juan Camilo Vásques, Sales Manager Maersk Line Colombia

The use of new refrigerated shipping technologies are opening doors for new products in the farming sector.

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Yenia Abadia, Cluster Manager for Sealand in Colombia

Over the past two years, when the peso began to lose its value, Colombian exporters have been searching for new markets."