Jacksonville, Fla.-based third-party logistics provider Crowley Logistics Apparel Transportation
subsidiary has opened a 13,000-square-foot distribution center inside the El Naranjo Free Zone in
Guatemala. The center provides shipment consolidation/deconsolidation, inventory control, storage,
and local and regional distribution services; and supplements warehouse and distribution services
offered by Crowley Logistics de Guatemala at facilities in Guatemala City.
Crowley Logistics also operates distribution centers in South Florida, El Salvador and
Honduras. The company says the new center will facilitate movement of shipments to garment makers
that operate in the duty-free areas. John Hourihan, senior vice president and general manager,
logistics, said the company also will be able to consolidate shipments of finished product from the
free zones to the United States.