Dachser Chile LCL service from Europe sees 35% increase in demand
Customers such as mining and minerals leader Outotec turn to reliable weekly LCL service to meet its ocean transport needs
Dachser Chile, a premier global logistics provider, announces that its weekly LCL service from Hamburg, Germany to San Antonio, Chile has seen a 35% increase in demand since launching in April of this year. In fact, the company, will likely expand the service to accommodate the growing needs in the market.
Dachser Chile’s weekly LCL service offers a reliable 30 to 32-day port-to-door transit time, which has attracted companies who are seeking solutions to help plan, optimize and manage their supply chains. Addressing the challenges presented by the current ocean and air freight disruption, the Hamburg-San Antonio LCL service is the latest addition to Dachser Americas robust LCL service portfolio.
With the steadily increasing LCL cargo volumes from Europe to Chile, we were confident we could support our own consol box. Dachser Chile’s ability to offer a predictable schedule in the midst of a highly unpredictable marketplace has sparked demand that has surpassed our expectations.Frank Habermann, Managing Director, Dachser Chile
“Our customers asked for an efficient, cost-effective solution with a predictable schedule and Dachser Chile delivered.”
A successful weekly service that connects Europe to Chile
Due to the current ocean transport disruption, more and more customers are turning to the reliability and convenience of the Dachser Chile LCL service to move cargo from Europe to Chile. One company benefitting from the LCL service is Outotec, a leading supplier within the mining industry, a sector that is critical to the Chilean market.
The success of the recently launched LCL service requires coordination between the Dachser management teams in Chile and Germany. With this consolidated maritime freight service, Dachser collects container shipments from several European countries and consolidates the freight at its warehouse in Hamburg. From there, the shipment departs out of Hamburg to its final destination of San Antonio. Through Dachser’s robust network, this service connects Germany, Finland, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia to the Chilean market.
With its constantly growing network across the globe, Dachser is creating ideal conditions for keeping goods moving along the supply chain with its proven logistics capabilities. Businesses benefit from seamless connection of customer markets in Chile, including collection and delivery of their valuable goods, from door-to-door.
“By offering weekly LCL consolidation box service from Hamburg to Chile, Dachser is enabling customers to take greater control of their supply chain with flexible shipping choices that address their challenges. Our internal systems and strong global network enable the enhanced control of cargo flow, information flow, speed, accuracy, cost efficiency and reliability,” added Mr. Habermann.
Dachser Chile remains steadfastly committed in providing innovative logistics solutions that meet the needs of customers, both small and large, with the agility, expertise, and reliability that they have come to depend upon from Dachser.