From the dock of the Araya Salt Complex, Sucre state, the M/N SUIZE Q vessel set sail with 3 thousand tons of bulk salt to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, as part of the export activities promoted by the Government of the state of Sucre, to leverage the economic and productive growth of the region.
Through a publication on the Instagram account, the Government of Sucre explained that with this export, operations in the salt port are reactivated after 10 years of inactivity. An achievement that stood out was possible thanks to the agreements established with the company Dell”Acqua, Corposucre and Puertos de Sucre.
The note states that "the reactivation of exports not only drives the growth of the salt sector, but also strengthens international trade relations, within the framework of the Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho plan led by Governor Gilberto Pinto."
In this context, during the broadcast of his radio program “Loyalty is love for Sucre”, Governor Gilberto Pinto emphasized that the action was carried out through the maritime bridge established between the state and Trinidad and Tobago, to expand opportunities for economic development. of the eastern entity.
He stressed that the Sucre region will continue to strengthen export activities in the territory, with the aim of contributing to the progress and economic stimulation of the country.
For his part, Delbis Graterol, general manager of Corposucre, indicated that with the loading of 3 thousand tons of bulk salt they are breaking the barriers of the economic blockade promoted by foreign countries against the nation.