PRESS RELEASE – THE DELMAR GROUP CONTINUES GLOBAL EXPANSION WITH NEW FACILITIES IN MEXICO

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 6, 2014

THE DELMAR GROUP CONTINUES GLOBAL EXPANSION
WITH NEW FACILITIES IN MEXICO

Montreal, Quebec, Canada – The Delmar Group is pleased to announce the opening of new offices in Mexico City. This expansion into Mexico is part of Delmar’s ongoing commitment to enhance its Latin American service offerings and will compliment existing operations established last year in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Delmar Logistica (Mexico) S.A.P.I. de C.V., the most recent addition to the Delmar Group will operate as an International Freight Forwarder, Consolidator, and Customs Broker headquartered in Mexico City. The Delmar Group now operates under its own banner in Canada, The United States, Mexico, China, Brazil, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Cambodia and in The Philippines.

Delmar Logistica (Mexico) S.A.P.I. de C.V., Mexico D.F., Mexico,. Bosques de Duraznos 61 piso 8, Bosques de las Lomas, Mexico City, Mexico, CP 11700, Mexico City. Tel: 52 55 5950 2000 Fax: 52 55 5251 3726 – Managing Director Mr. J. El, Khoury, elkhouryj@delmarmexico.com.

Delmar was founded in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1965 and currently employs over one thousand professionals in forty cities globally. Delmar Provides a wide array of Logistics and Supply Chain Services; including international freight forwarding, customs brokerage & compliance, cargo management technology, ground transportation, warehousing & distribution services, as well as trade consulting.

For more information or enquires please contact: press@delmarcargo.com

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