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This article was written by Peter Buxbaum and first appeared in Global Trade Magazine. To read the full article please link here. Understanding the latest trends in third-party logistics—how service providers can save exporters money, streamline their operations, and provide them with competitive advantages with the latest in value-added services, technology and analytics—can be a […]

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Brazil’s New Single Portal for Foreign Trade Will Facilitate Cross-Border Shipping

Alternative Languages Available.   With the Single Foreign Trade Portal Program, Brazil ushers in a new, business-friendly import and export process for cross-border shipments. Intent on creating a more business-friendly environment for companies that want to ship goods across its borders, Brazil is implementing a new single portal that will benefit exporters and importers alike. […]

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DB Schenker Helps Sauza Tequila® Streamline its Export Operations and Focus on What it Does Best: Making Great Tequila

Additional language available. It’s been 145 years since Don Cenobio Sauza started La Perseverancia Distillery and began making what would become world-renowned Sauza, Conmemorativo, Hornitos, and Tres Generaciones tequila. Situated in Tequila, a municipality of the state of Jalisco, Mexico, the distillery has grown in size and scope over the last century, and is now […]

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DB Schenker Partners with Sauza® Tequila in Guadalajara, Mexico

DB Schenker opens a brand-new, 60,000-square-foot logistics facility for Tequila Sauza, a Beam Suntory brand, in Guadalajara, Mexico. At this dedicated facility, Beam Suntory will be using DB Schenker’s full scope of contract logistics capabilities to manage the export of its finished goods. (Markus Riepe – Contract Logistics Director DB Schenker Mexico, Enrique Valera – Managing […]

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Where are US Exports falling this year?¬ Falling is the operative word.

A strong dollar and uncertain global macroeconomic outlook has led observers to forecast a 2.4 percent drop in U.S. exports this year, but the makeup of that decline is not uniform and some regions have even seen their number of U.S. exports increase. Africa and the Mediterranean are the primary culprits behind the drop in […]

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