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Introducing DACHSER Argentina

Since 2013, DACHSER Argentina has developed into one of the leading players in the local logistics market for air and sea transports in Argentina.

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Argentina’s exports

Argentina's main exports last year were soybean meal, corn, soybean oil, delivery trucks, beef, wheat and corn and oilseeds, such as sunflower

Mercosur

Mercosur, also officially named the Southern Common Market, is a South American trade bloc established by the Treaty of Asunción in 1991 and Protocol of Ouro Preto in 1994. Its members with full involvement are Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. Venezuela is a full member, but has been suspended since 1 December 2016. The Mercosur has significantly strengthened the economic activities of these countries.

Germany and Argentina

In Latin America, Argentina is Germany's third most important trading partner (after Brazil and Mexico). Germany mainly purchases raw materials and food from Argentina and is the largest purchaser of Argentine beef in the EU.

Interest in the German culture and the German language is high in Argentina. The very positive basic attitude is promoted, among other things, by the Argentineans of German origin (according to estimates, about one million), but it goes far beyond that.

DACHSER in Argentina

DACHSER Argentina has an advantage in the global network thanks to its regional proximity to customers. A wide range of services and more than 14 years of experience in the local market, ensure highly flexible and personalized customer advice.

With its presence in both the Buenos Aires market and the Mendoza area, DACHSER is serving many local industries, such as the wine and spirits business, laboratories, the automotive industry, retail, construction materials and capital goods & accessories. 

The main transportation services offered by DACHSER in Argentina are air and sea and the Germany – Argentina LCL console tradelane. The LCL consol service by DACHSER can be utilized for shipments consolidated in Germany and shipped via Hamburg. This service connects a wide range of European countries, including Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia, to Argentina.

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