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WACO APPOINTS OCEANICA INTERNATIONAL AS REGIONAL MEMBER FOR CENTRAL AMERICA


The leading independent freight network consolidates its presence in the North America sub-continent underpinning its strength as a truly global option for international shippers

London, UK, Monday 3rd October 2022The WACO System (WACO) has appointed Oceanica International as its member for Central America.

The Costa Rica headquartered freight forwarder will be The WACO System’s member for all business relating to El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Costa Rica.

“WACO recognises the key value of a highly dependable freight operator in Central America as it presents often unique challenges,” said Richard Charles, Chief Executive Officer, WACO.

“Oceanica is a super addition for all of our members with terrific presence and operational know-how across the region.”

Oceanica was established in 1998 in Alajeuela, Costa Rica, and has enjoyed steady growth and expansion into surrounding countries.

“The Oceanica team look forward to working closely with WACO members and are ready to do business immediately,” said Francisco Cordero, Managing Director, Oceanica.

“We particularly look forward to meeting with all members at the forthcoming EGM in November.”

WACO will celebrate its 50th anniversary next year with the significant milestone being toasted by its members in April at its AGM in Serrano, Italy.

About WACO

Founded in 1973, WACO is the world’s foremost independent global freight management and logistics organisation.

WACO has a community of 125 members in 121 countries with a combined network of more than 400 locations, employing over 21,000 freight professionals who handle over 1.85 million shipments each year including one million tonnes of airfreight.

The exclusive network has a combined annual turnover of USD four billion.

The company is an Association owned by its members with its Corporate Head Office in Zurich, Switzerland, and operational management in London, UK.

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WACO APPOINTS OCEANICA INTERNATIONAL AS REGIONAL MEMBER FOR CENTRAL AMERICA

The leading independent freight network consolidates its presence in the North America sub-continent underpinning its strength as a truly global option for international shippers

London, UK, Monday 3rd October 2022The WACO System (WACO) has appointed Oceanica International as its member for Central America.

The Costa Rica headquartered freight forwarder will be The WACO System’s member for all business relating to El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Costa Rica.

“WACO recognises the key value of a highly dependable freight operator in Central America as it presents often unique challenges,” said Richard Charles, Chief Executive Officer, WACO.

“Oceanica is a super addition for all of our members with terrific presence and operational know-how across the region.”

Oceanica was established in 1998 in Alajeuela, Costa Rica, and has enjoyed steady growth and expansion into surrounding countries.

“The Oceanica team look forward to working closely with WACO members and are ready to do business immediately,” said Francisco Cordero, Managing Director, Oceanica.

“We particularly look forward to meeting with all members at the forthcoming EGM in November.”

WACO will celebrate its 50th anniversary next year with the significant milestone being toasted by its members in April at its AGM in Serrano, Italy.

About WACO

Founded in 1973, WACO is the world’s foremost independent global freight management and logistics organisation.

WACO has a community of 125 members in 121 countries with a combined network of more than 400 locations, employing over 21,000 freight professionals who handle over 1.85 million shipments each year including one million tonnes of airfreight.

The exclusive network has a combined annual turnover of USD four billion.

The company is an Association owned by its members with its Corporate Head Office in Zurich, Switzerland, and operational management in London, UK.

More at waco-system.com

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