Rangel Logistics starts operation in Mexico with initial investment of 750 thousand euros

For this country, the big bet is international logistics, as well as the exploration of opportunities in contractual logistics services, namely in industrial logistics, in the automotive sector and other industries.

The company Rangel Logistics Solutions will strengthen its presence in Latin America and open an office in the capital of Mexico, Mexico City. This first internationalization of 2021 has an initial investment of 750 thousand euros and foresees the hiring of teams and the opening of three more offices in the next two years, the company reveals in a statement.

“The choice of Mexico, ended up imposing itself as the next step, after the opening of Brazil in 2013, to strengthen our presence in Latin America, even due to the size, economic and industrial strength of the country, which is the great factory of the United States, ”said Nuno Rangel, CEO of Rangel Logistics Solutions.

For this country, the big bet is international logistics, as well as the exploration of opportunities in contractual logistics services, namely in industrial logistics, in the automotive sector and other industries. When internationalizing for Mexico City, the strategy focused on identifying the main players and to establish partnerships, being then possible to present logistics solutions to customers.

“Aware that this is a country in which the logistics sector has strong competition, with the presence of all major players worldwide, we have the flexibility of a local operator, with the ability to adapt to different market opportunities ”, pointed out Nuno Rangel in the same statement.

“We are confident and, with strong growth in Mexico and throughout Latin America, we will gain weight in the Iberian market as a logistics operator. At the same time, the current crisis is a crisis that highlights the need for digital transformation and this is one of our big bets ”, said the CEO.

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