New Routes For Maritime Cargo

New DHL trade routes include: from Qingdao, China to Santos, Brazil; from Le Havre, France to Veracruz, Mexico; from Miami, USA. to Colon, Panama; and from Hong Kong, China to Managua, Nicaragua.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

From a press release published in Dhl.com.mx:

DHL Global Forwarding, the specialist in air and maritime transport which is part of Deutsche Post DHL, has announced the launch of four new direct routes for shipments of consolidated loads (LCL) to countries throughout Latin America. The new trade routes include: from Qingdao, China to Santos, Brazil; from Le Havre, France to Veracruz, Mexico; from Miami, USA. to Colon, Panama; and from Hong Kong, China to Managua, Nicaragua. With the opening of these new routes for LCL in the months of May and June, DHL customers have benefited from shorter transit, better rates and lowering of their carbon footprint.

"The opening of our new direct LCL trade routes to selected destinations in America allows us to connect businesses of all sizes with the markets where we currently operate or are exploring," said Jens Rehder, vice president for DHL Global Maritime Transport Forwarding, Americas. "The new trade routes offer a cost effective, safe and reliable service which combines shorter transit and better rates, with the ultimate goal of strengthening the competitiveness of our clients in their respective industries."

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The company Oceánica Internacional has started operating a new maritime cargo service that will connect the port of Hong Kong with El Salvador without the need for transshipments.

The goal of the new route is to expand the options for transporting maritime cargo between the region and Asia, benefiting in particular Central American companies that import goods from China.

Better Logistics for Trade with Asia

January 2016

The arrival of the first ships with capacity of 13 TEUs at the Panamanian port of Balboa is evidence of how shipping services are changing, a prelude to the opening of the expanded Canal.

Trips taken by cargo bound for East Asia with two major shipping companies in the world, Maersk Line and MSC, will be shorter, thanks to the port at Balboa now being able to manage ships carrying over 13,000 TEUs's, a capacity which is close to the amount carried by ships which will pass through the expanded Canal.

New Shipping Service between El Salvador and Hong Kong

April 2011

DHL has announced a new service between the countries for loads of less than one container.

The service to be offered is for loads shipped within 29 days between San Salvador and Hong Kong, which will enable El Salvador to gain access to destinations in China, Taiwan and Japan in timescales of between 29 and 46 days.

DHL Launches Hong-Kong Guatemala Cargo Service

March 2010

The company is now offering a weekly consolidated cargo service from Hong Kong to Guatemala.

Transport time between these two places will be cut to 27 days with this service.

“According to the World Trade Organization, commerce between Asia and Central and South America reached $127 billion on 2008 and keeps growing”, reported Elperiodico.com.gt.

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