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German Union Demands Wage Rise Of 5.5% For Deutsche Post Employees
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Deutsche Post Dividend Proposal Of EUR 1.15 Per Share
Deutsche Post AG is a Germany-based provider of postal services. The Company operates through four operating segments: Post - eCommerce - Parcel, Express, Global Forwarding, Freight, and Supply Chain. The Post - eCommerce - Parcel segment handles both domestic and international mail and provides dialogue marketing, nationwide press distribution services and all electronic services associated with mail delivery. The Express segment offers courier and express services to business and private customers. The Global Forwarding and Freight segment comprises the transportation of goods by rail, road, air and sea. The Supply Chain segment focuses on the delivery of customized logistics solutions, including warehousing, transport and value-added services.
Nikolaus von Bomhard
Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Shareholder Representative
Chairman of the Management Board, Chief Executive Officer, responsible for Global Business Services
Independent Deputy Chairwoman of the Supervisory Board, Employee Representative
Member of the Management Board for Finance
Member of the Management Board responsible for Human Resources
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Getting a coronavirus vaccine from manufacturing sites to parts of the developing world supply will be an immense challenge, given the need to store some vials at temperatures as low as minus 80 Celsius (-112 Fahrenheit), Deutsche Post warned on Tuesday.
Getting a coronavirus vaccine from manufacturing sites to some parts of the world with rural populations and unreliable electricity supply will be an immense challenge, given the need to store some vials at temperatures as low as minus 80 degrees Celsius (-112 Fahrenheit...
Shares in German logistics group Deutsche Post AG <DPWGn.DE> jumped on Wednesday after it reported a 16% rise in second-quarter operating profit and said it would pay its employees a bonus for their efforts during the coronavirus crisis.
German logistics group Deutsche Post AG <DPWGn.DE> reported a 16% rise in second-quarter operating profit on Tuesday and said it would pay its 500,000 employees a 300 euro ($339) bonus each as a reward for their efforts during the coronavirus crisis.
German logistics group Deutsche Post AG reported a 16% rise in second-quarter operating profit on Tuesday and said it would pay its 500,000 employees a 300 euro ($339) bonus as a reward for their efforts during the coronavirus crisis.
German logistics group Deutsche Post AG said its dependence on Amazon is falling as the coronavirus crisis prompts a big rise in parcel shipments by other customers which it expects to continue in the second half of 2020.
German logistics group Deutsche Post AG <DPWGn.DE> said on Tuesday it sees signs that business is normalising in Europe, but the coronavirus crisis continued to weigh in April after dragging down first-quarter earnings.
* DEUTSCHE POST CEO SEES FIRST SIGNS THAT BUSINESS NORMALISING IN EUROPE, NORTH AMERICA TO FOLLOW IN COMING WEEKS
Delivery business DHL <DPWGn.DE> is struggling to cope with a flood of parcels from online purchases due to the coronavirus crisis, forcing it to cut back extra collections from retailers in Germany, parent company Deutsche Post said on Thursday.
German logistics group Deutsche Post AG <DPWGn.DE> said on Wednesday it is seeing signs of business stabilising in Europe and is optimistic that the region will follow the recovery that is already underway in China.
German logistics group Deutsche Post AG said on Wednesday it is seeing signs of business stabilising in Europe and is optimistic that the region will follow the recovery that is already underway in China.
Deutsche Post AG said on Tuesday the new coronavirus had caused its business to drop below internal forecasts by 50 million euros in February and by 150 million euros in March, forcing it to abandon its profit goals for the year. Group earnings before interest and taxes...
* Growth of Amazon logistics to cap German parcel volume (Adds details from analyst presentation)
* DHL TO CONTINUE TO BE INVOLVED IN ONE OF MOST ENGAGING ESPORTS SERIES IN WORLD AS SPONSOR AND LOGISTICS PARTNER IN 2020 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdansk Newsroom)
German logistics company Deutsche Post DHL announced plans on Tuesday to allow customers to pay for postage by app and write a code on the envelope instead of using a stamp, as well as expanding parcel lockers and live tracking of shipments.
German logistics company Deutsche Post DHL announced plans on Tuesday to expand live tracking of parcels and letters, extend its network of lockers and make it easier to pay for postage without having to stand in line at a post office.
Deutsche Post <DPWGn.DE> said on Friday that the coronavirus outbreak had wiped around 60-70 million euros ($65-$76 million) from its group earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) in February compared with its internal projections.
* GROUP-WIDE NEGATIVE IMPACTS OF CORONA CRISIS ON GROUP EBIT AMOUNT TO AROUND EUR 60-70M FOR MONTH OF FEBRUARY, COMPARED TO INITIAL INTERNAL PLANNING.
German post and logistics group Deutsche Post has stopped accepting packages to send to China, Hong Kong and Macao, a spokesman said on Friday, citing transport challenges caused by the spread of the new coronavirus.
Germany's network regulator on Wednesday said it had started a probe into pricing at Deutsche Post after the company raised parcel prices for private customers on Jan. 1.
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