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Emergent Cold LatAm inaugurates a modern warehouse in Callao, Peru

The new facility increases the company’s storage capacity in the country by 120%.

Emergent Cold LatAm, the largest provider of temperature-controlled food logistics in Latin America, has inaugurated its new warehouse in Callao, Peru, reaffirming its commitment to the country’s economic growth and strengthening the food supply chain in the region.

This modern facility, with a capacity of 79,000 cubic meters and space for 12,000 pallets, increases Emergent Cold LatAm’s storage capacity in Peru by 120%. Additionally, the plant is expected to generate 50 direct jobs and 150 indirect jobs in the region, significantly contributing to local economic development.

Confidence in the Peruvian market

Emergent Cold LatAm began its operations in 2021 with its first warehouse in Piura, specializing in fruit processing using advanced Individual Quick Freezing (IQF) technology. With the inauguration of the new plant in Callao, the company reinforces its confidence in the Peruvian economy and its commitment to the recovery and growth of the food storage sector despite recent climatic challenges.

“We are very excited to expand our presence in Peru with this new plant in Callao. We firmly believe in the growth potential of the Peruvian market and our ability to contribute to the country’s economic development,” said Joaquín Del Campo, Managing Director for the Pacific Region at Emergent Cold LatAm.

Sustainability and advanced technology

The new Callao plant has been built following the highest standards of energy and water savings, aligning with the company’s commitment to sustainability. Emergent Cold LatAm already has six plants with EDGE Advanced certification in Latin America, including the Callao plant.

Joaquín Del Campo added, “Sustainability is a priority for us. This plant not only allows us to offer high-quality storage services but also helps us meet our environmental goals by reducing resource consumption.”

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