Andes Argentina celebrates one year and expands its presence with three branches in the country

In just 12 months Andes Integración Logística Argentina has achieved important operations, obtaining access to commercial contracts with customers and suppliers, demonstrating its high level of work and commitment.

ARGENTINA. The Andes Integración Logística Argentina office has celebrated its first anniversary and in this short time has managed to make a name for itself in the trans-Andean logistics industry. The company has a team of 12 employees led by the general manager, Germán Riccardo, who has more than 30 years of experience in the industry. Until now, the office has expanded its operations throughout the country, opening new offices in Mendoza and Mar del Plata.

“Having worked for 30 years in corporate companies has given me a lot of knowledge and experience that I can apply today in Andes from an entrepreneur’s point of view. Although I joined Andes some time after its opening, and as a shareholder, the work done in the first four months by the local team has been highly valued and successful”, commented Germán.

What industries does Andes Argentina serve? Our focus today is on the export of seeds and derivatives, meat and frozen fish, including wines, musts, legumes, mining and oil, chemicals and fertilizers. The wine industry has been one of those that has boosted its operations the most, exporting wines to Europe, Asia, Dubai, Australia and the United States. More than 95% of its clients are exporters that generate foreign currency and income for the country.

“Currently our office works 100% digitized and automated in services and reports, this has allowed us to deliver a differentiating, agile and quality service, which has been key for so many clients to trust us,” added Riccardo.

Crossing borders

At the end of 2022, the Andes Argentina office carried out a large-scale project that involved the mobilization of a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) drilling rig from Punta Arenas in Chile to Montevideo, Uruguay, passing through Neuquén and Bahía Blanca in Argentina. .

The transfer of this equipment, valued at 20 million dollars, was carried out using 85 trucks in the course of a week, including 12 extra-size trucks that occupied two routes.

“Our experience working with the Andes Argentina pricing and operations team has been fundamental in carrying out projects of the size of a large and valuable drilling rig. Our team is a unique and solid piece that has been working together for more than 12 years”, pointed out the general manager.