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DACHSER Americas Air & Sea Logistics Corp., a subsidiary of international logistics provider DACHSER SE with operations in 43 countries around the world, continues to strengthen its presence in Latin America thanks to the results obtained during last year. The company announced a significant growth of its shipments in 2016.
In roughly four years, DACHSER has integrated its Iberian subsidiary Azkar Group into its European road network. The overland transport organizations will operate under the names of DACHSER Spain and DACHSER Portugal in the future. This was announced today by CEO Bernhard Simon, COO Road Logistics Michael Schilling, and Juan Antonio Quintana, Managing Director European Logistics Iberia, at the transport logistic trade fair in Munich.
Effective immediately, DACHSER becomes majority shareholder of its partner in Ireland, Johnston Logistics Ltd. This allows DACHSER to expand and strengthen its logistics network in northwestern Europe.
DACHSER continued to grow in fiscal year 2016, generating consolidated gross revenue of around 5.71 billion euros—representing a consolidated revenue increase of 1.7 percent on the previous year. The number of shipments rose by 2.4 percent to 80.0 million, and tonnage by 2.4 percent to 38.2 million metric tons. This growth was driven by European overland transport as well as food logistics.

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Due to the current political developments, Qatar Airways is experiencing restrictions on its services within the GCC region. While all Qatar Airways and Qatar Cargo flights operating to and from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain (BHR) and Egypt (EGY) have been suspended until further notice, the rest of Qatar Cargo’s network remains unchanged and is operating on a business as usual basis.
Update: We inform you that the spanish trade unions will not carry out the planned strike in the Spanish ports neither this week nor the next one, since they have agreed to revoke the first five strike days after reaching a principle of agreement with ANESCO.
The major sea ports in Shanghai, Qingdao and Ningbo are facing serious congestion. Average delays have increased by more than 40 percent since early April. The congestion is predicted to last until mid-May.
The future for logistics, mobility, IT and supply chain management will be the main focus of this year's transport logistic in Munich.

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The DACHSER magazine is published four times a year. It addresses customers, staff and other interested readers worldwide. The magazine informs about the latest developments and trends in the logistics industry and the cosmos in which our company operates. Fascinating background details are complemented by journalistic formats from the fields of science, culture and business. The DACHSER magazine is published in German, English, French and Spanish.