The delegation followed the movement of foreign trade goods from the dry port, which is managed by Multilog, in order to find out where the goods of US multinational companies traded between the two countries pass.
The dry port of Santana do Livramento, in Rio Grande do Sul, managed by Multilog, was visited by representatives of the US embassy in Uruguay. On the occasion, the delegation visited Multilog’s dry port, where foreign trade goods from North American multinational companies are processed.
“We present the history of Multilog, as well as some data from the dry port of Santana do Livramento and the integrated control area of the Brazilian and Uruguayan Customs bodies,” said Christian Alfaro Sarate, Operations Coordinator at Multilog.
The delegation also visited the city of Rivera, a municipality next to Santana do Livramento, with the objective of getting to know the movement of the Free Shops market, which generates a large volume of business for North American companies.
They were part of the Salina Rico group, Economic Affairs Officer and Visit Coordinator; Jennifer Savage, Charge of Business; Michael Willis, Office of Defense; Brianna McNally and Edison Thomas, Office of Regional Security. Also present were Milton Machado, Chief of Paso de Frontera, and Alícia Alvarez, Dirección del Paso de Frontera.