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DGX Enhances Ocean Services to Latin America

RANCHO DOMINGUEZ, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/07/14 -- Dependable Global Express, Inc. (DGX), a global ocean freight forwarder and NVOCC (non-vessel operating common carrier), and the only neutral freight consolidator serving Central and South America from the U.S. West Coast, announces today the following service enhancements:

  • An every other week LCL (less-than-container load) consolidation service from Los Angeles to Buenaventura, Colombia.

  • A direct, weekly LCL service to Guatemala City, Guatemala

Antonio Bellido, DGX's Trade Lane Manager for Latin America indicated, "These new service offerings represent another step in expanding DGX's West Coast Central and South America service network. We will continue to develop our direct LCL network which currently consists of eight destinations on the West Coast of Latin America, as well as provide on-forwarding services from Los Angeles to remote Central and South America inland points through all eight Latin American consolidation points."

"DGX will add new services, as well as increased frequency to every Latin America destination. Our weekly service network presently includes: Guatemala; Costa Rica; Guayaquil, Ecuador; Callao, Peru, and Valparaiso, Chile, with every-other-week service to El Salvador, Panama City and Buenaventura. Weekly service to San Juan, Puerto Rico is also offered," Bellido added.

About The Dependable Companies Group

Established in 1950, The Dependable Companies Group has grown to include six integrated global logistics and transportation companies that seamlessly work together to deliver end-to-end supply chain solutions. As a strong, stable business, with a 60+ year history, The Dependable Group is committed to continuing to build on its longstanding reputation for integrity, service and diversity -- The Dependable Difference.

Worldwide offices are located in the U.S. and throughout the Pacific Rim, Asia, Australia, and Latin America.

The Dependable Companies Group divisions and their service offerings include:

DHX (Dependable Hawaiian Express) provides freight forwarding services between the continental U.S. and the Hawaiian Islands and Guam. It has its own trucking operations on the major Hawaiian Island destinations and Guam. DHX-Dependable Hawaiian Express is ISO9001-2008 certified.

DGX (Dependable Global Express, Inc.) is an international ocean freight forwarder and NVOCC (non-vessel operating common carrier). The division also has local offices and trucking operations in Guam and American Samoa. DGX is ISO9001-2008 certified.

DAX (Dependable AirCargo Express) is a global air freight forwarder with Certified Cargo Screening Facilities in Chicago and Los Angeles. DAX is ISO9001-2008 certified.

DHE (Dependable Highway Express) is a LTL (less than truckload) and FTL (full truck load) transportation services company with over 1000 trucks and tractor/trailers. Service is delivered throughout the 11 western states as well as other select routes within the U.S. DHE also provides continental U.S. rail services and container drayage services within California.

DDC (Dependable Distribution Centers) delivers warehousing and distribution services. DDC manages more than 2.5 million square feet of warehouse space in California.

DLS (Dependable Logistics Solutions) provides intermodal services and 3PL (third party logistics) solutions, including supply chain consulting within the U.S.

For more information visit: www.dhx.com, www.dgxglobal.com, www.daxair.com and www.godependable.com.

Contact:
Brad Dechter
President
DHX
Email Contact
888.488.4888 Ext.1162

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Carol Lerner
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