Deutsche Post wants to reposition itself completely – customers will be able to see it
Serious change in the Deutsche Post: This was announced by the mail order company.
Are particularly affected by the German Post in the future parcels and parcels.
Deutsche Post announces: THAT should be there soon
More and more parcels are being ordered and sent last in Germany. That also means that more and more Postbuses are delivering them door to door. And it is precisely in this respect that Swiss Post now wants to improve.
+++ Corona resolutions: Which rules apply now at all? Everything you need to know +++
In the future, significantly more electric vehicles will take over the route up to the parcel delivery. Towards the end of 2020, their share was around 18 percent, and Deutsche Post is planning a significant increase to 60 percent for 2030.
+++ DHL, Deutsche Post & DPD: Be careful if you get THIS email! She is dangerous +++
This is the Deutsche Post DHL Group:
- Postal and parcel service providers as well as providers of international express, forwarding, e-commerce and supply chain management services
- From 1998 to 2002, DHL was gradually acquired by Deutsche Post AG
- Group with around 550,000 employees in 220 countries
- 65.34 billion euros in sales in 2019
- The classic among the products: The letter
- You can always keep an eye on your parcels using shipment tracking
In concrete figures: at the end of the decade, more than 80,000 electric vehicles would be on the road for Deutsche Post, currently there are around 15,000.
+++ Deutsche Post: Postman wants to empty the mailbox – when he finds THIS note, he can’t believe it +++
Swiss Post does not only want to upgrade when it comes to electric cars. The company wants to increasingly use alternative fuels for trucks that are used over long distances or for airplanes.
That is how much Deutsche Post wants to cost the switch to green
The measures are intended to reduce CO2 emissions from around 33 million tons recently to below 29 million in 2030 – even though Deutsche Post is growing strongly.
Without the measures, there would be 46 million tons of CO2 by the end of the decade, estimates Post boss Frank Appel.
DHL customer observes delivery van and suddenly receives this message: “Unbelievable!”
Deutsche Post is cracking a joke: employees show their baby bellies – a wave kicks off
DHL customer stunned – she should do THAT to get her package: “Is it still possible?”
“We are turning our yellow company into a green company,” he announced. Around seven billion euros should therefore flow into “climate-neutral” logistics solutions by 2030.
Sustainability has become an important topic for the logistics industry in general: Heavy delivery traffic in cities not only causes annoyed motorists, but also increasing emissions. Swiss Post’s competitors are also relying more than ever on e-mobility and improved delivery routes.
Deutsche Post with anniversary stamp
The parcel service provider DHL recently revealed a trick to its customers that they certainly did not know before.
An Edeka customer was last annoyed at the till when he tried to pay with his EC card.
(vh with dpa)
[ source link ]
Deutsche Post reposition completely customers