At DHL, we want to make a positive impact in the communities where we operate, and our GO programs empower our Certified International Specialists around the world to do just that. This year we introduce the GoTrade   initiative, which supports international trade and sustainable economic growth with the goal of increasing the number of small and medium-sized companies trading across borders. Give your business the boost it needs to create long-term success. Watch the video to learn more.

GoTrade Week

Backed by the global power of DHL, GoTrade is here to help U.S. businesses like yours expand its reach. We’ll provide critical resources and information – enabling you to make more informed decisions as you grow your business across borders.

To kick-off GoTrade Week, let us help you more easily navigate the world of international logistics as you build your global growth strategy. GoTrade will help break-down the opportunities and challenges for your business by covering the most timely and relevant topics on the global trade forum. Learn how to take advantage of recent trade developments in Asia; the new United States-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) agreement; as well as growing economies and emerging markets. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to ask the experts during one of our live events with subject matter experts.

GoTrade Week April 25 – May 1: Recent Trade Developments with Asia

Get the information your business needs to easily trade with the third-largest trading partner for the U.S. – China.


GoTrade Tips: China and Southeast Asia

April 28, 2021, 1 – 2pm EST

DHL Express VP & General Manager of the US Midwest Area, Nemer Abohasen and Marc Mealy, Senior Vice President, Policy at the US-ASEAN Business Council will discuss the current state of doing business with China and Southeast Asian  nations with a  focus on trade opportunities and  challenges presented  for Small and Medium Size Enterprises (SMEs). Highlight include:

  • Advantages on doing business in China and Southeast Asia
  • How did we arrive to the current state of U.S.-China trade relations and how is that impacting the rest of Southeast Asia?
  • Current opportunities for SME’s seeking to enter the China and Southeast Asian markets
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Why Your Business Should Consider Exporting to China and Southeast Asia

Get additional information to do business in China and Southeast Asia.

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DOC Resources For Trade With Asia

Get additional information to do business in China and Southeast Asia.

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