Logistics supplier Dachser launches weekly maritime connection Veracruz – Germany
Germany-based logistics company Dachser Group announced the launch of a consolidated weekly maritime service that will connect Mexico with Germany and the rest of Europe, with the aim of strengthening the commercial relationship between these countries.
“The new consolidated services from Mexico to Germany will improve logistics services for industrial sectors such as the automotive and pharmaceutical sectors,” said Dachser Manager for Mexico, Edgardo Hamon.
In a statement, Hamon mentioned that in terms of export services, Dachser offers weekly consolidated services from Mexico to Germany, from Veracruz to Hamburg, which provide a greater connection to other cities of Germany and Europe.
In the case of imports to Mexico, the company has a weekly service from Hamburg to Veracruz and Queretaro, which can be used for shipments from Germany and northern Europe to the Bajio region.
Both services, he reiterated, respond to the growth of trade between Mexico and Germany, which made this country the main economic partner of that nation throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
According to the Ministry of Economy, in Mexico there are 1,835 companies with German capital participation, whose productive activity is concentrated in sectors such as the automotive and auto parts, pharmaceutical, chemical and electrical-electronic industries, as well as in the transportation and logistics areas.
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