Plantation, FL (BUSINESS WIRE) April 10, 2007DHL, the world's leading global express delivery and logistics company, announced it has reduced delivery times from multiple points in Europe to the U.S. market. As part of an ongoing DHL effort focused on enhancing global transit times to the U.S. market, U.S. importers and European exporters can now take advantage of one-day delivery to the U.S. from six European countries.
Earlier flight departure times from
"This network enhancement will ensure customers are provided with the most competitive express service offering to and from the largest markets in
DHL's International Express services, which include Worldwide Priority Express, International Document Service, and DHL Import Express, are now upgraded to next day service from specific European markets. Markets receiving the upgraded service(a) to the US include the United Kingdom (Birmingham, Bradford, Leeds, Leicester, London, Manchester, Newcastle); Germany (Cologne, Dusseldorf, Frankfort); France (Paris); Netherlands (Amsterdam); Italy (Bergamo, Brescia, Bologna, Genoa, Milan, Rome, Turin, Verona); and Belgium (Mechelen). Plans are in place to extend next day service from additional European countries as DHL enhances its EU-USA network.
DHL's enhanced service along the transatlantic route is the latest in a series of upgrades to DHL's international network serving points to and from the
Availability of next-day transit times based on origin country postal codes and pickup scheduling.
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