South Zone - Issue 55

++fedex++ FedEx Freight expands operations in Mexico

Mexico City.- FedEx Freight expanded LTL (Less Than Load) operations in Mexico after opening three new service centers in Toluca, Puebla and Veracruz, in order to cut down by 50% shipments transportation time in Mexico’s southeast and improve parcel collection time.
In a press release, FedEx Corp informed that the service centers started operating last August 1st, offering LTL service and goods transportation, in addition to bilingual tools online: customer service, consolidated invoices in English and Spanish, scheduled parcel collection and shipment tracking in Mexico through their customers Website.
These services were expanded to Mexico’s southeast through an alliance with Auto Lineas Americas (ALA), a transportation company, using their 15 service centers network.

++dhl++ DHL inaugurates new Consolidation Center in Cancun

Mexico City.- DHL, through their division DHL Global Forwarding, inaugurated their new Consolidation Center in Cancun, Quintana Roo, which starts operations in October.
This Center will provide services to customers from Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz; Villahermosa, Tabasco; Ciudad Del Carmen, Campeche; Merida, Yucatan; Cancun and Chetumal, Quintana Roo; Mexico City; Queretaro and other states in the Mexican Republic, where DHL will offer consolidation services for air, sea and land cargo, in addition to value added services such as safety, customs filings and storage, among others.
Through the new Cancun Consolidation Center, DHL Global Forwarding will promote trade with Asia, Europe, Latin America and the United States, by moving merchandise from Cancun to customers in southeastern Mexico.


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