DHL Global Forwarding said it celebrated more than 15 years of transporting various chocolates, chocolate-related ingredients and raw materials as part of International Chocolate Day celebrated on Sept. 13.
DHL Global Forwarding provides end-to-end temperature controlled logistics services including trucking, ocean and air freight, warehousing and customs brokerage services delivering chocolate products promptly and safely to their final destination.
“Latin America, home of the cocoa tree, continues to produce high quality beans for fine chocolates and chocolate consumption and in the coming years, there will be a need for reliable transportation with ample industry experience,” said Andreas Krueger, head of Ocean Freight, DHL Global Forwarding, Americas. “DHL not only has the consumer sector experience, but also offers reliable service with an extensive global network to help transport these chocolate products with care and responsibility.”
International Chocolate Day was created by the National Confectioners Associations and occurs on the birthday of Milton S. Hershey, the American confectioner, philanthropist and founder of The Hershey Chocolate Company.
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