There are few companies that are better defined by their interim financial performance than Germany’s Deutsche Post DHL in the third quarter (Q3 21) of this year.

The necessary – perhaps redundant? – premise being that while pre-Covid the integrated logistics model and its efficacy were severely questioned, hindering value accretion as the parts seldom worked flawlessly together, the pandemic has been a total revolution in that respect.

Deutsche Post DHL – a UPS and FedEx with a once-troubled, smaller postal service ...

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