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DGX expands its service to Ecuador
DGX, one of California’s largest asset based Neutral Ocean Consolidators, announced today that its Los Angeles to Guayaquil (‘GYE’), Ecuador all water service will start sailing weekly. The weekly service will start May 7, 2013, said Antonio Bellido, DGX’s Latin America Trade Lane Manager.‘With an aggressive transit time of only 8 days from port to port, customers will be able to enjoy all of the benefits of shipping their products via the West Coast as opposed to routing West Coast cargo via Miami - which is slower and more expensive’, Bellido indicated. The weekly all water service from Los Angeles to Guayaquil provides customers with the following advantages over shipping West Coast freight via Miami: Better frequency, better transit times, less handling and lower costs.
‘Additionally, DGX gateways allow U.S. customers to now choose to be routing their shipments destined to West Coast of Latin America via DGX gateways connecting with its intermodal system from New York, Chicago, Houston, Oakland and Seattle to Los Angeles’, said Bellido.
With the expansion of the GYE service, DGX continues to show its commitment to the Latin America region and to DGX’s customers and agents to make shipping and logistics easy while providing superior customer service quality and great value.
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