Carriers watch as Mexico’s airfreight volumes continue to grow
Unlike many of their international counterparts, Mexican airports have continued to process growing cargo volumes ...
It’s a rare day that a company like DHL decides to bow out of the e-commerce business, but that is exactly what it has done in Chile, after just a year. It will close the division in April, although its other parcel delivery businesses will remain. Local media cite stiff competition as the reason behind the closure, while Amazon is also starting to look at investing in the country and Argentina.
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