“Looking ahead, the Lenovo and VMware technology provides the flexibility we need to launch other digital transformation projects and continue to modernize our infrastructure, like moving workloads to the cloud. We are confident that our work with Lenovo and VMware will help us to continue to contribute to the economic development of the region and to keep Matarani as the port of choice for Peruvian companies trading with the rest of the world.”

Pedro Valencia,

Information Technology Administrator, TISUR

Connecting southern Peru with the rest of the world.

Holding the concession to operate the port of Matarani since 1999, Terminal Internacional del Sur (TISUR) plays a pivotal role in the social and economic development of the southern region of Peru. Situated on the Pacific coast, Matarani is the country’s second busiest port, and offers reliable transport links to the Peruvian interior, northern Bolivia, and southern Brazil via the Interoceanic Highway.

Part of the Romero Group, one of Peru’s largest business consortiums, TISUR aims to deliver a consistently high-quality service to its clients in the shipping and logistics industries—ensuring cargo reaches its destination on time, every time and that Matarani strengthens its position as the port of choice for South American companies exchanging goods with the rest of the world.

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