Northern Minas Gerais is not only a very diversified part of the state but also very limited in infrastructure necessary to give way to the rich fruit production of the region. Although the town of Jaíba may be unknown, its bananas and mangoes are internationally exported; only in the period from July to September, the region of Jaíba has exported, daily, 48 tons of lemons and mangoes, totaling 8,640 tons of fruits.
However, to go to the international market, the products need to be moved to the Port of Salvador, in the state of Bahia and airport Guarulhos, in São Paulo.
Under these circumstances, governmental agencies and stakeholders have recently gathered to find ways to develop regional infrastructure through a customs incentive in the city of Montes Claros and a logistics plan – current bottlenecks.
NBSO Brazil has made close contacts with the related parties and more detailed information can be acquired upon demand.
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