Location: FATEC Rubens Lara – São Paulo / Brazil
For Brazil, the relevance of the logistics system is high; exports and imports account for 15% and 12% respectively of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Brazil’s trajectory into higher economic growth has been largely fueled by international trade. Brazil is in an advantageous position since it can predetermine the movement of products based on their inherent characteristics: mineral ores, bulk agricultural products and fuel represent products with modal-captive flows.
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