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DHL suspende operaciones en Venezuela
















@DolarToday / Jan 29, 2014 @ 12:00 pm






Debido a la grave crisis que afecta nuestro país, DHL decidió suspender operaciones en Venezuela.







 A continuación el correo electrónico que DHL esta distribuyendo a su distinguidos clientes en Venezuela:








Caracas, 28 de enero de 2014
Estimados Clientes,
Reciba un cordial saludo de parte de DHL Express Venezuela. Por medio
de la presente comunicación deseamos informarle ciertos cambios
efectuados en nuestras operaciones de envíos, con la finalidad de
mantener nuestro foco en el negocio principal de DHL Express en el
país, esto es, la movilización de envíos desde y hacia Venezuela;
conservando un desempeño financiero alineado a las expectativas de
los accionistas y, al mismo tiempo, continuar con el compromiso con el
mercado venezolano.
En este sentido, cumplimos con notificar a nuestros clientes y demás
relacionados que la oficina regional de DHL, a partir de la presente
fecha, ha decidido suspender todas aquellas operaciones de envíos
entre terceros países (cuyo origen, destino y demás pagos
corresponda a países distintos a Venezuela) quedando fuera del
portafolio de productos de DHL Fletes Aéreos, C.A.
En virtud de la terminación del referido servicio, deberán
abstenerse de utilizar su cuenta de Importación para realizar envíos
entre terceros países, ya que ello constituirá una operación de
transporte internacional, sujeta a pago en moneda extranjera (Dólares
Americanos) y su utilización será considerada como una violación de
las condiciones del crédito otorgado y acarreará el cierre
definitivo de su cuenta crédito.
Deseamos reiterar nuestro compromiso con el país colocando la mejor
red mundial a disposición del comercio internacional desde y hacia
Venezuela, por lo que continuaremos prestando los servicios regulares
de transporte internacional referidas a la importación y exportación
del territorio venezolano, todo lo cual nos califica como la empresa
más internacional del mundo, con plena capacidad para el manejo de
envíos expresos en más de 220 países.
Atentamente,
Cesar Ramirez Ivis Escorche
Gerente General Gerente Comercial
DHL Fletes Aéreos, C. A

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