Dry Port undergoes preventative sanitization on the border between Brazil and Argentina

Dry Port undergoes preventative sanitization on the border between Brazil and Argentina

Main truck crossing point, Multilog unit in Uruguaiana (RS) had the support of the Brazilian Army to intensify everyday cleaning at the location.

One of the main truck crossing points on the border between Brazil and Argentina underwent preventative cleaning. Multilog´s Dry Port, in Uruguaiana (RS), received the Brazilian Army that intensified the everyday cleaning at the location to support the measures adopted to combat the novel Coranavirus (Covid-19).  22° Grupo de Artilharia de Campanha Autopropulsado [22nd Self-propelled Field Artillery Group] and Multilog collaborators used specific products to ensure the entire location was disinfected.

“We didn´t have any suspected or confirmed cases, but we acted with the objective of expanding the sanitization that was already thorough and constant”, Darlan Ribeiro de Souza explains, General Operations Manager at the Multilog unit in Uruguaiana. The Dry Port on the border receives over 400 vehicles daily from all over Mercosur and, to ensure the safety of all, sanitization and distancing protocols have been intensified.