Demand Leads DHL to Expand Texas Operations

Increased demand for international shipping has led DHL to add a 28,000-square-foot facility to its Houston service center. It  will add 2,500 shipments an hour to the location’s capacity, doubling its previous volume. The new facility should also speed delivery times and allow for later drop-off times, the company said in statement.

“DHL Express is constantly looking for ways to improve and enhance its international express services through investments in our U.S. operations, which is why we are so pleased to accommodate growth and enhance service for one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the United States,” said John Fox Sr., VP and GM of DHL Express. 

The upgraded service center will handle a variety of shipments, including international small parcels as well as palletized and container freight.

DHL last week debuted a print ad campaign in leading U.S. publications, including Time, positioning itself as the leading option for global shipping for businesses.

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