DHL Launches New Direct LCL Service Routes to Countries Throughout Latin America
DHL Global Forwarding extends direct consolidation service to new markets including: Brazil, Mexico, Nicaragua, and PanamaNew service will reduce transit times and...
- DHL Global Forwarding extends direct consolidation service to new markets including: Brazil, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Panama
- New service will reduce transit times and provide better rates to customers
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DHL Global Forwarding, the air and ocean freight specialist within Deutsche Post DHL, announced the launch of four new direct routes for Less Than Container Load (LCL) shipments to countries throughout Latin America. The new trade routes include Qingdao, China to Santos, Brazil; Le Havre, France to Veracruz, Mexico; Miami, U.S. to Colon, Panama; and Hong Kong, China to Managua, Nicaragua. With the opening of these new LCL routes this past May and June, DHL customers have benefited from faster transit times, improved rates, and a reduction in their carbon footprint.
“The new trade routes provide a safe and reliable cost effective service that combines faster transit times and best departures with the end goal of strengthening our customers’ competiveness in their respective industries.”
“The opening of our new LCL direct trade routes to select destinations in the Americas enables us to connect businesses of all sizes to markets they are currently working with or are exploring to grow in,” said Jens Rehder, vice president, Ocean Freight for DHL Global Forwarding, Americas. “The new trade routes provide a safe and reliable cost effective service that combines faster transit times and best departures with the end goal of strengthening our customers’ competiveness in their respective industries.”
The new LCL routes have provided fast and efficient shipping solutions for customers in a range of industries including fashion, technology, consumer goods, spare parts, and medical equipment, among others. The China-Brazil and Hong Kong-Nicaragua routes have reduced transit times to 35 days; the France-Mexico route to 14 days; and the Miami-Panama network transit to a speedy five-days. Additionally, the direct service provides customers with a more environmentally friendly logistics solution for shipping their products, because compared to air, maritime shipping is a more carbon efficient form of transporting goods.
DHL Global Forwarding provides the world’s largest transport network for ocean freight LCL. Continuously expanding, the network is currently comprised of 45,000 international line operations and nearly 2,000,000 cubic meters of consolidation partial loads per year. In addition to guaranteeing customers full and uninterrupted supply chain management, the LCL service covers pickup services at source, consolidation and deconsolidation, delivery to destination, monitoring, and customs and procedures.
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DHL is the global market leader in the logistics industry and “The Logistics company for the world”. DHL commits its expertise in international express, air and ocean freight, road and rail transportation, contract logistics and international mail services to its customers. A global network composed of more than 220 countries and territories and about 285,000 employees worldwide offers customers superior service quality and local knowledge to satisfy their supply chain requirements. DHL accepts its social responsibility by supporting environmental protection, disaster management and education.
Source: MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)