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Transcript of DHL
DHL Express is a division of the German logistics company Deutsche Post providing international express mail services.
In 1998, Deutsche Post began to acquire shares in DHL. It finally reached majority ownership in 2001
Today, DHL Express shares its well-known DHL brand with other Deutsche Post business units, such as DHL Global Forwarding and DHL Supply Chain
DHL commits its expertise in international express, air and ocean freight, road and rail transportation, contract logistics and international mail services to its customers. A global network composed of more than 220 countries and territories and 275,000 employees
Most products are distributed to a regional or country distribution center, where they are stored and prepared for final distribution to customers, partly supplemented with localized accessories, such as power plugs and manuals
Urbanization continues to move ahead at a rapid pace. While in 1950 only 30 % of the world population was urban, today we see over half the population living in urban areas, and by 2030, urban dwellers are expected to account for some 60% of the entire global population.
Where once New York was the only megacity in the world, we are now seeing a veritable explosion of megacities on all continents.
How prepared is our world for this tremendous expansion of urban growth,
especially in the developing world?
As part of DHL’s sector management approach, our expert teams of dedicated professionals work with customers to ensure DHL responds to your industry’s distinctive requirements. This means harnessing the broad know-how and geographic scope across all our divisions, to provide simplified and sustainable solutions that are right for your sector.
We will also face with the increasing growth of the technology. The technology market has never been livelier and our focus on the sector at DHL is really starting to show dividends for our customers. Things move fast in technology. Success depends on speed and cost, because products age as quickly as consumer tastes change. Tablets, laptops, mobile devices, and components like semiconductors, are produced, copied, and then overtaken. In response, many tech firms are redefining their core activities and strategies, moving into new areas, merging, acquiring or hiving off businesses, while always striving to come up with the next “killer app.” Just look at Google’s offer for Motorola’s handset business, or HP’s rethinking of its core business to possibly focus on services.
One way we’re doing this is by bringing customers together to help them “connect the dots” across the supply chain. We organize conferences and workshops to help customers think about their supply chains holistically. For example, a PC manufacturer might sit next to a distributer and a retailer, and they may talk about how they could streamline things better. We can facilitate this dialogue and then provide the supply chain solution that helps all partners operate more efficiently.
This is also reflected in our industry sector approach. We recognize that the technology industry encompasses a diverse range of subsectors – from mobile devices to network infrastructure, with semiconductors, consumer electronics and PCs in between – and that the supply chain requirements of each is distinct. Over the last couple of years, we’ve been working with customers to understand and address these specific requirements better, and now we have fine-tuned propositions tailored to each subsector.
DHL has a strong footprint in the technology sector, built on long-term customer relationships, global presence in mature and emerging markets, and a broad range of solutions and services delivered by all business units in the Deutsche Post DHL group. Add to this our experienced technology community with proven supply chain expertise and I think we have a pretty good shot at realizing our goal to be the logistics provider for the technology industry. The technology industry relies on rather complex supply chains. It all starts with the sourcing of electronic components, which are provided by various specialized suppliers. All of the essential components for manufacturing a laptop – circuit boards, memory RAM, hard disk and optical drives, graphic and sound cards, display, keyboard, cooling fan, battery, power adaptors, etc. – have to be supplied and replenished on time.
We have also made an innovation DHL ProView. DHL ProView is our web-based tracking service for DHL Express account holders that provides automatic notifications to you and anyone you specify – via email or text message – when shipments are picked up and delivered. DHL ProView also lets you monitor shipments online by account number, status and more.
This means you're always in the know, whether you're in the office or on the go. And best of all, it provides the shipment information you need to keep your customers and colleagues up to date and in the loop – for free!
DHL is the leading international express mail service in the world.
The finished goods are then distributed to the respective markets – mainly to Europe and North America, but more and more to emerging markets, too, like the BRIC countries and many others in Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa, where demand is soaring. Transportation options include any and all modes – sea, air, rail and road – and sometimes a mix of modes, like combined sea-air products, where goods are first shipped by ocean freight to the Middle East and are then flown to the final regional destinations. These intermodal transport solutions allow for a better balance of speed and cost, while improving CO2 efficiency, at the same time.
The percetage of revenue of DHL company is the biggest in Europe
The amount of data income for DHL