DHL: the most impressive touchpoints of the world’s leading brand in logistics
DHL is part of the world’s leading logistics group Deutsche Post DHL Group and consists of the divisions: DHL Parcel, DHL Express, DHL Global Forwarding, DHL Freight and DHL Supply Chain. The Group is present in over 220 countries and territories worldwide, making it one of the most international companies in the world.
3. DHL Express3
DHL Express is part of the Deutsche Post DHL Group and the market leader in international express shipping. DHL Express includes the three product lines DHL Time Definite, DHL Day Definite and DHL Same Day. The network available to DHL Express worldwide covers 220 countries and is distributed across 500 airports. In addition to 250 aircraft, there are 28,800 vehicles for road transport worldwide. Worldwide, one billion shipments per year are sent by around 2.6 million customers with DHL Express.
4. Post Tower4
The Post Tower in Bonn is the headquarters of Deutsche Post DHL Group. This is where the threads of a global network come together, covering more than 220 countries and territories. Deutsche Post DHL’s new corporate headquarters was built on August 21, 2000. After a little more than two years of construction, the tallest office building in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia stands at 162.50 meters on this “building site”. The Bonn Post Tower stands for modernity and innovation. More than 2,000 people work here for the world’s leading logistics group.
DHL supports the logistics needs of many leading brands in sports, lifestyle, culture and the arts. In doing so, DHL is not only arguably Formula 1®’s longest-standing global partner, ensuring the smooth delivery of race cars, fuel and equipment to Formula 1® venues around the world for almost 40 years, but is also the official foundation and logistics partner in Formula E. DHL takes care of the logistical needs of Formula E organizers and teams, transporting over 500 tons of freight – including all race cars, batteries and chargers, as well as media and broadcast equipment – to urban venues around the world.