DACHSER Peru adds enhanced last-mile services and customs brokerage to its air and sea logistics services portfolio
DACHSER Peru, a subsidiary of global logistics provider DACHSER, is strengthening its last-mile services and customs brokerage, complementing its air and sea logistics service portfolio. As Peru’s economy and international trade continue to grow and customers face increasingly complex supply chain challenges, DACHSER Peru understands the importance of delivering innovative end-to-end logistics services that streamline operations and enhance efficiency.
"Supply chains face huge challenges"
On its 50th birthday, the swap body is more in demand than ever, because cargo space is currently in short supply. This applies not only to Europe, but especially to intercontinental trade.
Margret is devoted to helping San children
Since 2015, DACHSER and the children's relief organization terre des Hommes have been committed to helping the children of the San people (also known as Bushmen) lead better, more independent lives. Education is an essential component – and 24-year-old Margret Hans is doing all she can to add it to the equation.
Successful implementation of the Global Air Freight Security Network of DACHSER
The issue of security is of paramount importance when it comes to the worldwide transport of your air freight. To enable DACHSER to support its customers even better in maintaining a secure supply chain, the "Global Air Freight Security Network" project was launched in 2020 by the Air Freight Security Team at DACHSER and has now been successfully implemented.
The goal of the Global Air Freight Security Network is to strengthen the global network of DACHSER. The introduction of a worldwide organization with local contacts will result in more efficient communication between the Air & Sea Logistics locations, enabling a faster reactivity to new regulations and innovations. In addition, a faster implementation of standardized processes of DACHSER worldwide will be enabled.
The implementation of the project will further reduce the risk in the area of air freight security to ensure transportation through strictest compliance with all regulations.
If you have any questions, please contact your local DACHSER representative.
Heavy rainfall in China
The heavy rainfall in the Chinese province of Henan over the past few days has led to widespread flooding and the cancellation of many regional train and road connections. These restrictions are causing delays along the supply chain of DACHSER Rail Services.
Due to the flooding, around 100,000 people have been evacuated and many dams and reservoirs have risen to warning levels. With more rain expected in the coming days, it is still unclear by when the situation in the flooded areas will resolve.
If you have any questions regarding your supply chain, please contact your local DACHSER representative.
DACHSER Argentina enhances door-to-door transportation service
Responding to market demand, DACHSER Argentina, a subsidiary of global logistics provider DACHSER, is enhancing its door-to-door service.
Dachser USA Air & Sea Logistics expands Phoenix operations
Dachser USA Air & Sea Logistics, a subsidiary of the leading global logistics provider Dachser, announced that it opened a new, larger office facility in Phoenix. This expansion is in response to the increased customer volume within the region, as well as growing logistics demands along the West Coast.
Data for improved process quality and ergonomics
DACHSER has joined forces with start-up MotionMiners to gain a better understanding of the work steps in the transit terminal. At five locations, the partners tested a new method for improving process quality—which should then also have a positive impact on work ergonomics.
“We want to further improve the plannability of our logistics service”
Alexander Tonn became DACHSER’s new COO Road Logistics in January 2021. In this interview, he talks about his career, his priorities in his new position, and what is particularly important to him in the design of the processes.
DACHSER establishes a competence center for data science and machine learning
Since the beginning of June, DACHSER has pooled the expertise it has gained in various research and innovation projects on the topics of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data science in its new in-house Competence Center Data Science & Machine Learning.
Celebrating the swap body
The standard freight container for groupage logistics celebrates its 50th birthday this year. Thomas Simon developed the swap body concept in the late sixties, inspired by maritime shipping containers. After some initial reservations, the swap body became a groundbreaking innovation in overland logistics that revolutionized the entire industry.
“We’re all in this together”
For over a year, the announcement that the coronavirus has led to some big changes has been ringing in our ears. But what has actually changed? Insights and perspectives from DACHSER’s corporate culture.
Vaccine for Berlin
Fighting the pandemic with vaccine, PPE, and intelligent logistics. Berlin’s senate is procuring its vaccine logistics services from a tried and true partner: DACHSER’s Berlin Schönefeld branch.
The new DACHSER magazine is here!
One of the key phrases of the last few months at DACHSER was “Keeping the good and shaping agility.” This is also the title of the interview with Burkhard Eling in the latest DACHSER magazine, in which DACHSER’s new CEO explains what these words mean to him.
Chemical logistics goes digital – Practical possibilities
Digitalization is not an alien concept in the transport and logistics industry. Quite the opposite, in fact: goods flows have long been accompanied by their corresponding data. Around the world and across carriers, information logistics is an integral part of any logistics provider’s service portfolio.
DACHSER expands charter activities to include LATAM
In June and July, DACHSER Air & Sea Logistics organized eight flights from Hong Kong to Mexico via Canada. The new charter service offers customers additional, reliable capacity and is supposed to be continued in August.