AMERICA: DHX buys building for Guam HQ

DHX-Dependable Hawaiian Express has purchased an 18,000 square foot building encompassing warehousing and offi ce space in the Guamanian capital of Agana for its headquarters on that rapidly growing civilian and military strategic island in the western Pacific. The full service facility was acquired by DHX to handle both air and ocean traffi c. The […]


DHX-Dependable Hawaiian Express has purchased an 18,000 square foot building encompassing warehousing and offi ce space in the Guamanian capital of Agana for its headquarters on that rapidly growing civilian and military strategic island in the western Pacific.

The full service facility was acquired by DHX to handle both air and ocean traffi c. The forwarder is expanding operations between the US Mainland and Guam. The US-based freight forwarder and logistics provider has been active in Pacifi c ocean and air transportation for the past twenty seven years. For air cargo, it is a major customer of Air Micronesia which is the principal airline serving the Island.

The newly purchased facility offers a complete line of DHX-Dependable Hawaiian Express supply chain services for customers moving freight into Guam.