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Leschaco: new location in Peru

BREMEN. Leschaco, the global logistics service provider with its headquarters in Bremen , has expanded its operations in Latin America and acquired Transantartic S.A.C. (TPL) on 1 February 2022. The freight forwarder based in Lima has been a member of the Leschaco Group’s agency network for more than ten years and is now managed by Cecilia Batallanos (photo). According to Leschaco, strengthening the company-owned network of companies around the world is an integral part of their corporate strategy until 2030.

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