Dachser has announced a consolidated weekly maritime service that will connect Mexico with Germany and the rest of Europe with the aim of reinforcing a positive and growing commercial relationship between Mexico and Germany.
In terms of export services, Dachser offers weekly consolidated services from Mexico to Germany. There is a consolidation from Veracruz to Hamburg that provides a greater connection with various other cities of Germany and Europe. The service is up to seven days faster and consolidation of shipments is made from various points of departure throughout Mexico.
In the case of imports to Mexico, Dachser has a weekly service from Hamburg to Veracruz and Querétaro, which can be used for shipments from Germany and northern Europe to the Bajío region.
Both services respond to the growth of trade between Mexico and Germany, which makes Mexico the main economic partner of Germany in Latin America and the Caribbean.
According to information from Mexico’s Ministry of Economy in Mexico, there are 1,835 companies with German capital participation, whose productive activity is concentrated in key sectors such as the automotive and auto parts industry, pharmaceutical, chemical and electrical-electronic sectors, as well as as in the areas of transport and logistics.
“As a result of the new consolidated services, we present almost twice as many options as our competitors can offer. In addition, Dachser has the largest and strongest infrastructure in Europe, which allows us to provide a full service and end-to-end quality,” said Edgardo Hamon, Managing Director of Dachser Mexico.
“The new consolidated services from Mexico to Germany will improve logistics services for industrial sectors such as automotive and pharmaceutical. Moreover, with Dachser, Mexican producers can send their products to all corners of Europe and be sure that our service will be your best ally to open the doors of Germany and Europe.”