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Family-owned logistics company DACHSER has expanded its Midwestern footprint yet again, opening a new location in Detroit, making it the fifth office in the region.

Pallets and other packaging materials are key players in logistics, but demands on the exchange system are becoming more and more complex. In its rigorous pursuit of quality, DACHSER is committed to offering packing-aid exchange as a value-added service.
These services aim to support the strengthening of the commercial relationship between the two countries
As the groupage leader in the German and European markets, DACHSER operates a close-knit overland transport network. But the logistics provider’s closely integrated groupage network extends to sea freight, too. In 2018, 26 new LCL (less than container load) connections will be launched. For six of its existing services, DACHSER is increasing the frequency of departures from every two weeks to every week.

Market Information

According to the National Hurricane Center (NHC), Hurricane Florence has strengthened to a potentially catastrophic Category 4 storm as it closes in on the Carolinas and Virginia.
According to the National Hurricane Center, large swells affecting Bermuda and portions of the U.S. East Coast will continue this week.
Since July, there has been a growing challenge in road transportation capacity in Mexico, here the update:
Tropical cyclone Jongdari landed on the coastal area east of Shanghai this morning,

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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.