Which airline is flying DHL international shipping?

Posted September 21, 2018 06:24:33DHL International shipping is getting a lot more international.

The company is also getting more than a dozen new international carriers to ship to Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, according to an email from its global sales and marketing director to its global customers.

The email, obtained by News24, said the new carriers would join the existing DHL and FedEx fleets and were set to start flying in 2019.

“The DHL fleet will be upgraded to meet the growing demand for the latest technologies and services,” the email said.

They said the upgrade to the fleet will help increase the efficiency of the services by reducing the time required to pick up and deliver packages and help reduce the cost of shipping packages to customers.DHL said it is working to increase its global fleet of 5,000-plus air cargo trucks and will be deploying a new fleet of up to 8,000 vehicles, up from 6,000, over the next two years.””

These new fleet additions are part of our ongoing global expansion and will help ensure that DHL continues to deliver on its commitment to serve our customers and our communities around the world.”DHL and the two international carriers said they are committed to delivering faster, better and more efficient international service.

They said the upgrade to the fleet will help increase the efficiency of the services by reducing the time required to pick up and deliver packages and help reduce the cost of shipping packages to customers.DHL said it is working to increase its global fleet of 5,000-plus air cargo trucks and will be deploying a new fleet of up to 8,000 vehicles, up from 6,000, over the next two years.

“We are committed, as always, to delivering the highest standards of customer service, safety and quality, while taking our customer and the environment seriously,” a DHL spokesperson said.

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