Spain-based Bergé to handle logistics for Audi at Puebla plant
Madrid-based company Bergé Infraestructuras y Servicios Logisticos (BISL) announced it was awarded a contract for logistics activities at the Audi plant in the municipality of San Jose Chiapa, Puebla, in Central Mexico.
This new award involves the management of all inbound processes of said facility, from the entrance of maritime containers and trailers into the plant to storage activities in the different buildings of the manufacturing complex.
This new contract awarded to Bergé in Mexico, with the direct employment of approximately 70 people, adds to the logistic activities that the company has been developing since 2013 at the Volkswagen plant, also in Puebla, with about 130 employees. The financial terms of the new deal were not disclosed.
Bergé has a wide portfolio of services in the field of port operations, especially integral vehicle logistics. The firm annually manages more than 30 million tons of goods, performs more than 900 freight operations with more than 1,000 scales.
The company offers solutions to the entire logistics chain for all types of cargo, either bulk (dry or liquid) or container and special projects (BreakBulk), performing the necessary operations for the transport of any goods from one point to another.
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