Diego Martínez
Commercial Director
Dylo
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Diversification Keeps Young Company on Growth Path

Fri, 12/01/2017 - 16:57

Q: What are Dylo’s competitive advantages in the logistics market?

A: Dylo is still a young company in its third year of operations, in which we grew 120 percent in revenue. We expect the same growth in 2017 after having diversified. Dylo is the exclusive Mexican representative of the Aerospace Logistics Group (ALG), which groups companies specially created to provide logistics solutions to the aerospace and aviation industry. This global network has great experience and a broad service platform for companies that require expedited services in their day to day operation.

Q: Which products and industries most require air freight from Dylo?

A: The aerospace, pharma and perishables industries regularly require air freight. We approximately 2 million kilos of perishables every six months. Because of this we have exclusive allocation programs with airlines to ensure capacity and lead time.

Q: What are your expectations for the rest of the year?

A: From December 2017, we will develop other initiatives to make us more competitive, starting with our own Food Grade Isotank fleet focused on the juice industry in Mexico. We are also opening new offices in many points of the country, including Queretaro and Tijuana, at the end of 2017.

In 2017, we expect to double our growth over 2016’s figures and 2018 will bring about more challenges as new offices open. We are launching the Cherry Project in 2017 that will focus on creating unique experiences for every individual client. We expect the project will help develop a strong committed relationship with our customers.