Sendum PT 300D and CartaSense U-Sensor are the last two devices certified by LATAM Cargo, adding up to seven available devices.
LATAM Cargo Brazil completes two decades with 50 terminals in Brazil and an aerial network that operates in over 140 destinations in 29 countries. The company continues investing in its infrastructure expansion, technology and safety projects in Brazil.
Based on the pillars of agility, reliability and trust, the new product portfolio includes 11 care options and three services that, combined, offer tailored solutions to the specific needs of each and every shipment.
With the goal of improving the service experience and adapting it to evolving customer needs, this new strategy involves the implementation of diverse initiatives and projects.
A more detailed product offering, faster access to tools and improved navigability are some of the new site’s benefits for users.
After participating in the 2015 edition of the World Cargo Symposium in Shanghai, LAN CARGO CEO Cristián Ureta visited the company’s new office in Hong Kong.
LAN CARGO transported 1,742 tons of cherries and berries between Chile and Asia during November and December, consolidating itself as the market leader, with a 27% market share.