DGX Boosts Middle East Service Offering

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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Dependable Global Express, Inc. (DGX), a global ocean freight forwarder, announces the appointment of Lily Sagherian as its Business Development Manager for DGX's new Middle East Trade Lane service. Ms. Sagherian is fluent in four languages including Arabic and Armenian, and has been in the freight forwarding industry 25 years. In her last position, she was a Trade Lane negotiator and sales person where she managed three trade lanes.

DGX recently merged specific operational capabilities from Novo Express which increased its Middle East export shipping activities. DGX assumed the ocean business and Dependable AirCargo Express (DAX) took over the airfreight portion of Novo's business. DGX and DAX are part of The Dependable Companies Group.

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