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DHL may be the world’s largest freight company, but it seems to have pretty bad relations with some of its workforce. In this latest case, DHL Supply Chain staff at Jaguar Land Rover plants in the UK, operating contract logistics services, have voted to strike, objecting to their lower pay and conditions than JLR staff. JLR and DHL say there are contingency plans in place to ensure the production line continues – but strike action could spread, as UK union Unite is now balloting other logistics staff based at JLR.

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