2003 – Deutsche Post, DHL and Postbank make up the Group's current image engineering. DHL presently fills in as the select brand for all express and coordinations exercises. DHL changes its corporate hues from red and white to yellow and red. In April, the worldwide visual change all things considered, pressing materials and structures starts.

2004/2005 – Directly after the wave in South Asia, DHL, with more than 40 workplaces all through the debacle area, reacts quickly to demands from government and help associations. The Group assists with free contract flights conveying alleviation supplies, arrive transport and money related gifts. DHL workers from around the globe dispatch gift battles. DHL Disaster Response Teams (DRT) are set up, supporting the UN and the worldwide network's fiasco reaction endeavors in the repercussions of major sudden-beginning catastrophic events.

2005 – Deutsche Post World Net gets Exel, a British coordinations enterprise, in December for 5.5 billi…
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DHL Supply Chain

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HeadquartersBonn, Germany

Key individuals

John Gilbert, CEO[1]

RevenueIncrease €14 billion (2016)[2]

OwnerDeutsche Post DHL

Number of workers


SubsidiariesWilliams Lea Tag

DHL Supply Chain is a division of Deutsche Post DHL and is associated with DHL Express. Headquartered in Bonn, Deutsche Post has 510,000 employees.[3] The Supply Chain division involves two specialty units – Supply Chain and Williams Lea Tag. In the Supply Chain business, DHL gives contract coordinations arrangements al…