On November 21st, 2019, Bolloré Logistics Chile received the Outstanding Company Award of the Logistics Industry 2019 by Asociación Logística de Chile – ALOG in Santiago de Chile, at the Zanzibar Restaurant, Vitacura.
Bolloré Logistics Chile was awarded from a pool of voters including ALOG partners, as well as clients from the Chilean freight forwarding market.
Jaime Quiroga, Pricing Manager; Pamela Maluenda, Operations Manager; Fabiana Romano, QHSE & Compliance; Barbara Forno, Sales Manager and Elizabeth Poblete, Sales Administration & Marketing; were present to receive the award on behalf of the company.
“Bolloré Logistics Chile is honored to have been recognized among all of the Chilean freight forwarders as an outstanding company for their teamwork, commitment and continuous improvement,” said Jorge Barros, Managing Director at Bolloré Logistics Chile. “We would like to thank Asociación Logística de Chile – ALOG for having us at the event ceremony and for their trust,” Jorge adds.
This award recognizes Bolloré Logistics Chile’s growth and development based on the company’s history within the country and its success stories, the innovation initiatives carried out, as well as its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) contributions.
With its 20-year history, Bolloré Logistics Chile has been providing solutions in freight forwarding for hazardous and non-hazardous products, warehousing services, transportation, value-added consulting and development to handle the freight of their customers.
Along the way, a few success stories worth mentioning such as the transportation of a 155-ton transformer from São Paulo, Brazil, to Santiago, Chile, using the Antonov An-225, the world's biggest airplane – a world first on the American continent; or the challenging task of transporting 32 wind turbines to the Punta Sierra Wind Park construction site, owned by Pacific Hydro Company, for China-based company Goldwind. More recently, Bolloré Logistics Chile Projects team managed the reception of 10 trucks per days to transport out of gauge cargoes to a solar farm located in the desert between Peru and Chile.
From an innovation perspective and in line with B.Lab, the company’s digital innovation booster, Chile will propose its new offer “real-time monitoring”, which will allow offering a better visibility on the supply chain with real-time piloting. Other innovation services will be proposed on flows optimization and anticipation, warehouse automation and operational excellency.
About Asociación Logística de Chile – ALOG
The Logistics Association of Chile - ALOG Chile, is an Association that brings together Logistics Operators, Freight Forwarders and Logistics Providers.
ALOG Chile is composed of approximately 100 partner companies, segmented into Active members, Collaborating partners and Independent Professional partners, thus concentrating 90% of the national market.
Picture (left to right): Jaime Quiroga (Pricing Manager), Pamela Maluenda (Operations Manager), Fabiana Romano (QHSE & Compliance Supervisor), Barbara Forno (Sales Manager), Elizabeth Poblete (Sales Administration & Marketing), Cristian Hozven (CNC Group’s President) and Cynthia Perišić (ALOG General Manager).