While Blue Express is negotiating the scope of the deal that could seal its sale in the coming weeks, the details of who could be the buyer of Bethia's firm appear. Industry sources commented that an interested party would be an investment fund, which until now does not participate in the logistics sector, but sees in the company the opportunity to enter a market that, in the future, could yield much more dividends.
The same sources agree that an alternative would be to prepare the company for a future sale to a company of the category and, in particular, to think of the foreign companies that could have interest in arriving at the country.
On whether the industry could see more operations such as Blue Express, Janan Knust, CEO of K Group Logistics, said "M & A will start to be produced because investors are realizing that tomorrow's business is the logistics and everything else. which will happen through e-commerce and imports and exports, needs a third party who has knowledge of the subject, mainly because it is a very technical sector, "he added.
In this respect, he indicated that the Chilean market has particularities due to the strong influence of the big retailers as main clients, that would begin to break with the proliferation of small businesses whose shipments are gaining force.
In this regard, Beetrack CEO Sebastián Ojeda believes that large companies will increase their investments in this segment, along with the search for greater delivery alternatives. This is because logistics is one of the determining factors for the success of e-commerce.
"Here e-commerce companies play their opportunities to retain the customer because a good office significantly increases the customer's willingness to repurchase the digital channels," he said.