Uruguay has attracted some of the most successful U.S. companies to its shores who are helping put Uruguay on the corporate world map. Lobraus
is an excellent example.
Originally established in 1989 in Los Angeles, Lobraus provides total foreign trade solutions, conveniently centralizing all operations from a single platform and taking full advantage of Uruguay’s Free Port law, which allows for the free movement of goods in transit, unlimited storage time, and exemption to local taxes and customs duties, among other things.
“The discovery of the Free Port law completely changed the quality of our services, strengthening the efficiency of our logistical chain,” explains Renato Ferreira, founder and president.
Lobraus’ Montevideo port and ultra-modern warehouse are a vital link in the company’s special ‘end-to-end’ service, which manages door-to-door global trading operations, as well as in its ambition to create a ‘gateway’, where more containers are opened and value is added.
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