“To feel on the skin and in person what we talk about and work for every day, I think it’s the most gratifying and forming that can be”.
“It was impressive to know how many people are involved on this business, I really loved to know that the TPA is very involved with the concerned parties on the programs that started the training of the truck drivers about the handling of cargo on the roads".
"I was invited to have an interview with the Chief of IT & Platform of the TPA, because they count with their own Development & IT Department, they develop their own software tools to optimize their services, and he was very interested when we told him that we also have our own developed tools that help us on the logistic management".
SOFTWARE DESIGNER & BUSINESS ANALYST
DEVELOPMENT IS THE DEVELOPMENT OF ITS ENTIRE TEAM
A powerful team of more than 28 ‘Masterlineans’ traveled to the Port of Arica, they went through the Atacama desert and arrived with thirst of knowledge and of team reunion.
The 28 were selected from various areas (Operations, Sales, Information Technologies, Pricing, Accounting and Collection) to visit the most important commercial port for the Bolivian sea traffic: ARICA.
Once again, this experience gives us a practical approach to our business. It gives us the chance to get a closer look to how the Port works. We had the chance to identify the main actors and to understand the procedures and interactions of each of the parts that makes the planning of cargo projects.
An important part of the corporate culture, characteristic of Masterline, is to promote an active coexistence in a less formal structure.
We promote a human encounter that adds to the professional training. We consider that our biggest attack strengths are the people that forms Masterline, that’s why to invest in our team is of vital importance for our growth.
For some acknowledge of achieved objectives, to others motivation, knowledge, a more experience-based way of seeing our business, and finally an opportunity for GROWING, for everyone.
In Masterline Group we agree that the key to keep the leadership consists of getting ahead of the needs of our clients, proposing or making solutions, risking sometimes our peace and our nights of sleep.