DHL shipments grows 19% in Panama

Total shipments by DHL Express Panama grew 19% in September when compared to the same months last year.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

With regard to inter-annual variation, the movement of goods was 6% higher than in the previous period.
The German multinational company, which has its main hub for Latin America in Panama, is expecting sales to grow by 20% by the end of the year, Sandra Miro, Manger of DHL Express Panama, pointed out.

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During 2013 the aviation and maritime transport of goods increased by 6.5 % compared to the previous year.

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Guatemala: Air Cargo Up 6%

November 2010

As of October 24.2 million kilograms of general cargo and courier for exports have been transported.

In the same period of 2009 a total of 20.6 million kilograms were moved, according to the Exports and Imports Committee (Combex Im).

Prensalibre.com. reports, "This classification includes all types of cargo, including raw materials, assembly and industry, which highlights the export of clothing which by October had transported more than 4.2 million kilograms, followed by food, cosmetics and crafts.”

New Online Consulting and Resources Center by DHL

February 2009

The purpose is to provide PyMEs (small- and medium-sized businesses) the information and resources necessary to grow on a global scale.

The new center, called “Mundo PYME,” is accessible at “www.dhl-mundopyme.com,” and will contain specialized information on 38 countries of Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada.

DHL inaugurates new hub in Central America

May 2008

DHL inaugurated what it claims to be the industry's largest hub in Central America. With the new facility, DHL has increased its capacity to sort up to 5,000 packages per hour, representing a 250% jump from its previous shipping handling capacity.

"It is key for DHL to continuously invest in strengthening our global network.

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Founded in 1931 with one single-engine Stinson plane, TACA Cargo offers specialized cargo and courier services. Eighty years later we bridge the Three Americas serving customers at 42 destinations in 22 countries in North, Central, South America and the Caribbean, including flights to Toronto, Canada and nine major U.S. cities. Among our destinations are New York, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile, Sao Paulo, Lima, Quito, Bogota, Caracas, and Santo Domingo.
Operates in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama
Phone: (281) 443 1808

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