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WWPC scores hat-trick with new members

July 3 - A My Transportation Co., Ltd. (Amytrans) along with Transmares Logistica Integral S.A. (TMLI) and Transmares Costa Rica S.A. have been appointed as new members of the project forwarding network WWPC.

Based in Hochiminh City, Amytrans was established in 2005 and the four main sectors that it is involved in are: Ship brokering, chartering, multimodal transportation and logistics.

TMLI, based in Bogota, Colombia, is a logistics provider, rated as a Bogota Free Trade Zone Industrial Service User authorized by DIAN as an International Cargo Agent. It's scope of services include Project Cargo services, FCL and LCL by Sea, Air and Road.

Transmares Costa Rica S.A. is located in San Jose - Costa Rica. It's services include sea brokerage in the main ports of Limon and Caldera. It also offers freight forwarding services across the world.

Further information about the companies above can be seen at: www.amytrans.com.vn 
                                                                                            www.tmli.com.co 
                                                                                            www.transmares.cr 
For further information about WWPC visit: www.wwpc.eu.com 

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