The country’s first Logistics HUB Mission organized by the American Chamber of Commerce in the Dominican Republic (AMCHAMRD) with the support of the Directorate General of Customs (DGA), as part of the actions of the National Trade Facilitation Committee (CNFC) is in Spain to turn the Dominican Republic into a world-class Logistics HUB.
The DGA, as holder of the presidency of the CNFC, is conducting a Hub Segment Study to determine the market to be addressed, to know the opportunities, strengths and strategies to be implemented to achieve the objective outlined by President Luis Abinader.
The study is being carried out by AMCHAMRD, as holder of the CNFC secretariat and the mission is part of the development of the research as a dynamic to know the best practices to emulate, being selected as a destination Zaragoza for having the largest logistics platform in Europe.
The mission, which takes place from October 22 to 29 in the cities of Madrid and Zaragoza, will also provide a space for the private sector to join the efforts of the logistics hub table in which the National Trade Facilitation Committee (CNFC), of which AMCHAMDR is the secretary, is working.
This mission is aimed at supply chains, the logistics and cargo sector, ports, government entities, C-level executives and technical staff. Participants will have the opportunity to learn how Zaragoza has become a national and international logistics benchmark, as well as to share the vision of regional and national authorities and public institutions that promoted the positioning of that city.
The collaborating entity in Spain for this initiative will be the international business school CESTE, which has extensive experience and vocation of service to the business network of the community of Aragon.
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