Thursday 21st Feb 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

DHL speciality foods service

DHL Global Forwarding has launched a temperature controlled services moving small quantities of speciality foods from Europe to markets around the world.

“The demand for European specialities and exclusive products is constantly increasing all over the world. Therefore, we have combined our expertise in temperature-controlled goods with a new customised solution,” said Bernhard Stade, vice president ocean freight management Germany at DHL Global Forwarding.

To make sure that chocolate and pastries from Europe arrive in best quality in Asia, a consistent cold chain with temperatures between 12 and 17 degrees Celsius is necessary.

Every week, the goods are transported by ocean freight from Hamburg to Singapore, to be further distributed from there.