DHL celebrates 50 years of business
DHL’s first customers came from industries that have changed radically over the past 50 years, changing the world in the process.
In half a century, DHL has grown from an idea into a leading global logistics company. The world it serves looks very different too.
If DHL’s first 50 years have shown anything, it’s that the world changes fast and in unexpected ways.
For DHL’s 50th anniversary, Delivered. has curated a selection of predictions for the future and revisited forecasts from the past.
DHL is 50 – and one man has been there for a good part of that journey: John Pearson, CEO of DHL Express.
The founders of DHL were pioneers who changed the logistics industry. Here are 50 other innovators who helped make adifference to the world - in either small or significant ways
Meet the Peregrine Lander, a new spacecraft vehicle set to deliver cargo to the moon in 2021.
Six business and thought leadership leaders select their most significant developments over the past decades - and forecast what the business landscape might look like in the future.
Fifty. It’s an age that tends to focus the mind: a milestone moment that forces us to take stock of everything we’ve achieved in our lives.
He’s a renowned turnaround expert, credited with successfully transforming DHL Express after the 2008 global economic crisis.
Named after British singer Sade, Sade Eiman is one of the newer members of the DHL family.
Three young men and an old two-door Plymouth Duster formed the humble beginnings of DHL.