Your Optimum Route to North Africa
Intelligent Logistic Solutions for Morocco, Tunisia & Algeria
- Scheduled weekly groupage departures to/from Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria - Part and full loads
- National distribution
- Own customs warehouses in Morocco and Tunisia
- Own warehouse capacities in Morocco (Casablanca and Mohammedia)
Collections Monday – Tuesday – Wednesday (depending on area) Departure Dartford Wednesday PM
Collections Monday – Tuesday – Wednesday (depending on area) Departure Dartford Thursday PM
- Algiers – CFR Algiers only
Weekly departure from Marseille Friday AM – arriving in Algiers on Mondays
For competitive rates, contact the Dartford Sales office on 01322 299615 or email email@example.com
The £/Euro exchange rate as at 28th June at 1700 hrs was 1.1169 EUR to the Pound.
The average fuel price according to the RHA survey for June was 100.19 pence per litre.
Planning for Brexit - update
In the three years since the UK decided to leave the EU following the result of the referendum, there has been a lot of uncertainty and political manoeuvring as the UK and the EU have conducted their negotiations over the withdrawal agreement and the future relationship. Whilst the government and Parliament have stated consistently that they wish to avoid a no-deal Brexit that, however, remains the default legal position.
This is why, for some time now, DACHSER has adopted a coordinated and detailed approach to no-deal Brexit planning. A European-level Brexit Steering Committee comprises several senior managers and experts from the organisation’s specialist corporate divisions for Customs, Finance, Sales and European road network management, as well as the country management from the UK and Ireland. The objectives are focussed on ensuring that, in what could be a fraught and unpredictable trade and customs environment, DACHSER will be able to maintain its European services to its customers as efficiently as seamlessly as possible.
Relevant initiatives are underpinned by the company’s AEO status, its experience and flexibility in customs processes and procedures, and the strength, depth and adaptability of its European network.
We will be organising more updates on this crucial topic over the coming months, but, in the meantime, we have prepared a 'BREXIT Check List' guidance document, which highlights the practical steps that our customers and suppliers need to consider.
DACHSER pursues sustainable growth
DACHSER posted substantial growth once again in 2018. The logistics provider increased its consolidated net revenue by 5.5 percent to EUR 5.57 billion. As they did last year, shipment numbers increased, rising by 2.5 percent to 83.7 million; tonnage rose 3.0 percent to 41.3 million metric tons. With 30,609 employees in total, up 1,511 from the preceding year, DACHSER’s workforce reached a record high.
DACHSER focuses on lithium-ion technology
By 2022, logistics provider DACHSER plans to replace all of its roughly 6,000 pallet trucks in Europe with vehicles powered by energy-saving lithium-ion batteries.
ALDI & DACHSER extend their UK partnership
The two companies have signed a new 5 year contract which will see DACHSER provide a warehouse platform as well as UK & Ireland distribution services for a wide range of Aldi’s products.
New Managing Director for DACHSER UK
After more than 17 years at the helm, Nick Lowe, DACHSER UK’s Managing Director, was taking early retirement at the end of September. His successor is Mark Rollinson, who has previously held various management positions at Schenker and Allport Cargo Services.
As a new training year starts, the DACHSER workforce passes 30,000
As of the first of September, logistics provider DACHSER has more employees than at any other point in its history: some 30,500 people around the world are employed by the family company based in Kempten in Allgäu, Germany; that same country is home to 16,246 of those employees. In addition, this year 732 young people have chosen to train or study with DACHSER in Germany—the largest number ever.
DACHSER invests in its Karlsruhe location
DACHSER is investing more than EUR 20 million in an expansion of its existing logistics center in Malsch, near Karlsruhe. Construction work on a new high bay storage facility covering 21,800 square meters and with approx. 43,000 pallet spaces is in full swing. The specially equipped facility is also designed to permit the safe storage of chemical products and hazardous materials such as paints, coatings, and adhesives. The facility will become operational in the first quarter of 2019.
DACHSER expands its range of LCL services
As the groupage leader in the German and European markets, DACHSER operates a close-knit overland transport network. But the logistics provider’s closely integrated groupage network extends to sea freight, too. In 2018, 26 new LCL (less than container load) connections will be launched. For six of its existing services, DACHSER is increasing the frequency of departures from every two weeks to every week.
Dachser UK Annual Results Encouraging - Growth Continues
- DACHSER Ltd, UK sales turnover up by 16% to £77 million
- Export services revenue increases by 21%
- No discernible downturn due to impending Brexit
- Further investment plans in both Northampton and Rochdale
- ‘eLogistics’ digital services continue to generate competitive advantage
New location for DACHSER in Freiburg
DACHSER has acquired some 65,000 m2 of real estate in the Breisgau industrial park in Eschbach, a town near Freiburg, Germany. In August 2018, the logistics provider will start construction on a new logistics center, which will include a transit terminal with a total area of 6,117 m2 and 82 docking bays, plus a two-story office building. Completion of construction and the subsequent move are planned for mid-2019.
DACHSER’s growth gets a tail wind
For the first time, the logistics provider achieves revenue of over EUR 6 billion with growth driven by strong export business in Europe and invigorated global trade.
Brexit is coming - but then what happens?
The United Kingdom and the European Union are in the middle of a lengthy and complicated series of Brexit negotiations.
Where is the UK heading? And what does Brexit have in store for logistics providers? Here are the thoughts of Nick Lowe, Managing Director DACHSER UK.
Self-assured on any terrain
Absolute reliability and short delivery times are the name of the game for Muc-Off – a British company that manufactures maintenance products for bikes and motorcycles. Muc-Off supplies distributors, retailers and customers across Europe and is now making inroads into the US market. This calls for a logistics partner that can really deliver.