Dachser USA moves to new LA office on demand growth

Dachser USA Air & Sea Logistics has moved to an expanded Los Angeles office close to the city’s main airport to meet increased demand growth.
The forwarder said the move to a larger space close to the Los Angeles International airport will allow Dachser to best serve its customers and meet the increasing demand for airfreight and seafreight services.
“The increased demand for access to the Asian markets has led to an expansion of our west coast office,” said Frank Guenzerodt, president and chief executive of Dachser USA. “In 2017 and beyond, Dachser plans to continue to expand in various areas of the US.”
The office will host 28 employees led by Harry Pattas, who is the west coast director at Dachser USA. Pattas is responsible for both the Los Angeles and Phoenix offices, with reach to border activities further south.

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