Executive Briefings

TNT Launches Integrated Road Network Across South America

TNT, a global provider of express and mail delivery services, has launched an integrated road network across South America, linking the "ABC" countries of Argentina, Brazil and Chile. TNT's South America Road Network (SARN) connects more than 30 cities across 3,000 kilometers in three countries. The service draws on TNT's capabilities in Chile and Brazil, following the acquisition of LIT Cargo in February and Expresso Aracatuba in April. SARN features door-to-door, day-definite distribution with expedited customs clearance options, at a lower cost than air express. It offers full track-and-trace capabilities, supported by global positioning system (GPS) tracking on all vehicles. SARN offers daily departures from all major cities in the region, TNT said.
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TNT, a global provider of express and mail delivery services, has launched an integrated road network across South America, linking the "ABC" countries of Argentina, Brazil and Chile. TNT's South America Road Network (SARN) connects more than 30 cities across 3,000 kilometers in three countries. The service draws on TNT's capabilities in Chile and Brazil, following the acquisition of LIT Cargo in February and Expresso Aracatuba in April. SARN features door-to-door, day-definite distribution with expedited customs clearance options, at a lower cost than air express. It offers full track-and-trace capabilities, supported by global positioning system (GPS) tracking on all vehicles. SARN offers daily departures from all major cities in the region, TNT said.
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