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DHL Increases Service Centreâ€™s In Sub-Saharan Africa To 1,000
Business News – DHL Express, the worldâ€™s leading international express services provider, said it has expanded its network of DHL Service Points in Sub-Saharan Africa from the initial 300 to over 1,000, in just a few months.
The move, according to the company, is an aggressive expansion into the market which is aimed to further cement the companyâ€™s leading position in Africa but also to offer local consumers and small businesses an efficient, convenient way of shipping overseas.
The logistics and express company, which is present in 52 Sub-Saharan Africa markets, has been looking to improve access for cash and account customers, creating enhanced accessibility for customers and increasing connectivity between African markets and the over 220 countries and territories that DHL currently serves worldwide.
Managing Director of DHL Express Sub-Saharan Africa, Mr. Charles Brewer, said, in the companyâ€™s recent 2012 Global Connectedness Index, which measures the state of globalisation around the world, Sub-Saharan Africa remained the globeâ€™s least connected continent.
â€œHowever, it did average the largest increase from 2010 to 2011 and boasted the top five â€˜gainersâ€™, Mozambique, Togo, Ghana, Guinea and Zambia.-Nationalmirror