With more than 400 liters exported per minute tequila is positioned as one of the favorite drinks with appellation of origin for consumption in 2018.
The producing states of this drink (Jalisco, Nayarit, Guanajuato, Michoacán and Tamaulipas) have sought the diversification of the market for the export of the same and today the United States is no longer our only buyer.
According to the Tequila Regulatory Council (CRT), the first Mexican Designation of Origin added 211 million liters exported to 120 countries, an increase of 7.1% compared to previous years.
In a recent article the Economist mentions that the Market in Australia entered the list of the top countries to which the most tequila is sent when receiving 410,107 litres in the first four months of this year, which place it as the ninth largest importer of the right behind Latvia and Singapore, who have positioned themselves as the strongest markets for Mexico.
How to export Tequila
There are two effective ways for tequila transport: bottled and bulky
The transport of bottled tequila is today the most common, since when you arrive at the destination place you do not need an intermediate process that prevents you from reaching your final consumer. There are several ways in which it can be transported and this will simply depend on the total product being sent, as it could result as a consolidated cargo (LCL) or in full containers (FCL), which can be handled by sea, land or aerial.
Undoubtedly the best way to transport tequila in bulk is through special Isotanks (Iso tanks) or food grade as they ensure that the product arrives in the best conditions, it is important to take into account the amount that is moving since the cargo is considered dangerous because of the degree of alcohol it contains, if you want to know more about how isotanks work we leave you the following article "Isotank: The response to the transport of liquids in bulk"
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Sources: INEGI and Tequila Regulatory Council