South Pacific Logistics began operations in Chile in 2000 and in these 22 years of experience in International Logistics, has developed a successful model of administration and logistics management for the export of perishable products through various transport services.
South Pacific Logistics focused on the maritime transportation of perishable cargo for the Chilean market, becoming the logistics operator of the largest refrigerated cargo group on the South Pacific Coast.
South Pacific Transport has strategic alliances with different transport companies in Chile, which guarantees a fleet in the central and southern area of the country, with up to 70 equipped trucks and 50 underslungs for refrigerated cargo.
Chile is a major player in the global food industry.
Chilean export products are recognized worldwide for their quality.
The geographical, climatic and human characteristics of the country provide incomparable conditions for the production of food with international guarantee.
World's leading exporter of:
Fresh cherries, Fresh plums, Dehydrated apples, Fresh and frozen salmon, Canned mussels.
Second largest exporter of: Fresh blueberries and Nuts.
Third largest exporter of:
Fresh Grapes, Shelled Walnuts, Shelled Hazelnuts, Frozen Raspberries and Blackberries.
Chile is the leading exporter in the Southern Hemisphere of various fresh fruits, rich in flavor and available all year round.
The industry has invested heavily in technology, ensuring strict quality control to guarantee standards of health, color, flavor, firmness and aroma, which has allowed Chile to export a diversity of fruits.
The Chilean citrus industry is an important sector within Chilean fruit exports and although the United States is its main market, China may also start to occupy an important place as a destination.
Chile exports attractive quantities of lemons, increasing quantities of clementines and more moderate quantities of oranges.
Chilean dried and dehydrated fruits have superior organoleptic characteristics that allow them to reach high quality market niches.
Chile has a privileged Mediterranean climate and the possibility of producing off-season, which has made the country one of the largest exporters of dried and dehydrated fruits.
Organic production occurs in almost all regions of the country and its export as frozen products are consumed by much of the world.
Currently, frozen raspberry exports represent about 90% of national raspberry exports. This has made it possible to reach more distant markets without losing quality.
Fish and shellfish aquaculture has grown exponentially in Chile with strong production and international positioning.
Likewise, having an extensive coastline, pure waters and marine resources of high nutritional value, benefits Chile. The cold waters of the South Pacific provide abundant resources for industrial and artisanal fishing.
Chile has extraordinary conditions for winemaking, with its wine valleys, privileged by a unique geography surrounded by natural barriers such as the Pacific Ocean in the west, the Andes Mountains in the east, the Atacama Desert in the north and the Patagonian ice in the south.
Exporters of fresh, frozen and dry products of the Agrifood Industry.