'We've got 42 countries in Asia and I would say all of them are growing over double digits. They're all growing very fast and they have all recovered from Covid considerably,' said DHL Express executive vice president Sean Wall.
To capitalise on the growth, DHL Express recently started a dedicated service to Ho Chi Minh six times per week.
In addition, DHL Express will upgrade the aircraft shuttling between Hanoi and Hong Kong from a Boeing 737-400 to Boeing 737-800, offering greater capacity.
The company's services to Australia have also recorded a rise in demand but they're faced with the challenge of the loss of bellyhold capacity.
Said DHL Express vice president Ingrid Raj: 'We practically switched it around from pretty much an all commercial airline (CAL) network to a lot of dedicated metal.'
DHL Express' Asia Pacific air network is supported by four main hubs including Central Asia in Hong Kong, North Asia in Shanghai, South Asia hub in Singapore, and Bangkok.