Mind the (income) gap with Mærsk, DP-DHL & Kuehne – DSV the safest
Arduous paths to glory
As it turned out, the good news from DP-DHL at the end of last year was not, in fact, very good news, given the announcement that followed this month about the PeP division.
Although I warned in March that something did not look right in its operating cost base, I could not predict the scale of the disaster that happened in Bonn.
No wonder Jürgen Gerdes, former head of its PeP unit, was shown the door after certain findings (check out the ...
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Comment on this article
DavidJuly 02, 2018 at 11:58 am
Interesting article as always, thank you. Quick correction for you. UPS has a large air hub in Louisville, but they are not based there. They are based in Atlanta.
Alex LennaneJuly 02, 2018 at 12:04 pm
Thanks for your comment. That should of course have been picked up in the editing process, so I apologise. We have now changed it, and thank you for pointing it out!