Dachser Mexico has announced a new less-than-container load service between the port of Altamira, Mexico and the port of Santos, Brazil. This new weekly ocean transport solution offers customers more access to the Americas region and LATAM specifically.
“Especially during these uncertain times, our customers want predictability and peace of mind, which is exactly why our LCL services are a vital transport option,” said Edgardo Hamon, Managing Director ASL Mexico at DACHSER. “Dachser’s expanded LCL services portfolio, including this new route between Altamira and Santos, provides our customers with predictable ocean transport options, which allows them to plan with certainty and operate with efficiency.”
With its focus to manage smaller cargo shipments, Dachser Mexico’s LCL service provides customers with a guaranteed departure / arrival time schedule with the cargo typically arriving at the destination port in 22 days.
This new Dachser Altamira – Santos LCL service route features the following:
“By demonstrating Dachser Mexico’s continued commitment to this vital trade partnership, we have shown that we are a solid partner for Latin American businesses – enabling them to reach farther and fully optimize their market potential,” said Hamon.
About Dachser de México
Since 2006, Dachser de México S.A. de C.V. (Dachser México) provides customers and businesses in México with a broad portfolio of transportation and logistics services. Headquartered in México City with 140 employees, Dachser México has a proven record in seamless air and sea transportation and supply chain solutions supporting a wide range of commercial and industrial markets. As part of Dachser’s global network, it leverages the intelligent combination of transport and logistics competencies throughout its extensive infrastructure. Therefore, Dachser México can achieve the best possible process mix to deliver superior door-to-door transport and logistics solutions to customers and businesses in México. Represented in 42 countries around the globe, DACHSER generated consolidated net revenue of approximately EUR 5.6 billion; managing a total of 78.6 million shipments in 2020.
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