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Reg Kenney, President, Engineering & Manufacturing, DHL
DHL’s Disaster Response Team and DHL Express are helping where help is badly needed.
In July, Japan and the European Union agreed on what Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called “the creation of the world’s largest free, advanced, industrialized economic zone”.
Rail freight links between Asia and Europe are booming.
That’s creating significant opportunities for Western exporters.
Vinyl records, film cameras, print magazines and paper notebooks were once written off as dead, but now their sales are increasing. So, is analog having the last laugh?
Climate change is one of humankind’s greatest challenges. Green logistics is one of the keys to combating it. With a new mission to reduce our own emissions to zero by 2050, Deutsche Post DHL Group is leading the way into a new era of sustainable logistics.
Interview with Robert Bound, Culture Editor, Monocle, U. K.
The world's first tunnel for shipping.
Reiner Wolfs, Managing Director for DHL Express in the Caribbean, talks about the resilience of his team, who quickly returned to work after the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma.
The Canadian engineer and inventor on the innovation that runs in his family – and why the future of logistics is, partly, airborne.
Africa’s first aerotropolis, Dube TradePort, brings increased connectivity to South Africa.
These are challenging times for many industries, not least manufacturing – and as disruptors take advantage of new technology to enter the market, existing players need to raise their game.