Dachser USA expands West Coast presence with Phoenix facility

By Rachelle Harry

Image source: Dachser

Dachser USA Air & Sea Logistics has opened a new office in Phoenix, Arizona, in response to increased customer demand in the west coast area.

The company said its new office will enable it to “manage increased volume associated with cross-border trade with Mexico, including shipments from manufacturing plants that assemble products in Mexico and for the US”.

The Phoenix facility covers more than 7,500 sq ft of space and includes a new office with capacity for growth to support the company’s regional growth opportunities. 

Vincent Touya, managing director of Dachser USA Air & Sea Logistics, commented: “The needs of our customers are at the heart of this expansion. This new facility in Phoenix will allow Dachser USA to grow within the Southwest region as well as expand our capabilities to service the growing market.

“As the supply chain evolves, Dachser USA is committed to responding to the needs of the marketplace, investing in regions that enable us to better serve our customers.”

He added: “Dachser USA is excited to provide the value-added services and expertise that our customers expect from a global logistics provider. Our customer-centric team will play a key role in further growing our capabilities, enabling greater efficiencies and more collaborative operating models as expectations have increased.

“The new Phoenix facility will better support opportunities for customers who look to Dachser as a competitive differentiator in their supply chain.”

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