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Port of Sines

Portugal prepares to set up logistical hub for fresh fruit imports from Brazil

Portugal is preparing to set up a logistical hub for importing fresh fruit from Brazil, showing producers “geographical and operational conditions” to replace ports in northern Europe. The Port of Sines will create a logistical hub  for the entry of Brazilian fruits into the Iberian and European market, claiming to have the “geographical and operational conditions that position it as a  place of excellence for the import” of these products, which are currently entering the European market through the ports of northern Europe.

The first step for this  logistical flow to be changed, with Brazilian fruits starting to use mainly the Port of Sines as a gateway to the Iberian market, is a “protocol of intentions” signed with the Associação Brasileira dos Produtores e Exportadores de Frutas e Derivados (ABRAFRUITS).


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