Daily Archives: April 28, 2017

UK Mail shortlisted for Motor Transport award

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Apr 28, 2017 – UK Mail’s new Learning & Development course, Inspire to Aspire, has been shortlisted for a Motor
Transport Award.

UK Mail’s latest course, Inspire to Aspire, equips their customer-facing teams with the tools they need to effectively deal with customer enquiries. The course was recently recognised in the Training category of the Motor Transport Awards, with UK Mail achieving finalist status.

Product Director, Tracy Hodges, said, “We are delighted Inspire to Aspire has been shortlisted for the Training award. Our L&D department has been established for less than two years and this achievement is recognition of all of the hard work that many people have put into delivering a new concept of training delivery for UK Mail.”

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Dividend increase to EUR 1.05 approved by large majority of shareholders at Deutsche Post AG Annual General Meeting

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04/28/2017 – At the Annual General Meeting of Deutsche Post AG held in the RuhrCongress in Bochum, Germany, around 900 shareholders approved the resolutions proposed by the Board of Management and the Supervisory Board by large majorities. Shareholders with a majority equivalent to 99.93% of the company’s share capital present at the AGM resolved, among other issues, to pay a dividend of EUR 1.05 per share. This reflects an increase of EUR 0.20 over the previous year’s level. As in past years, the dividend will be paid free of tax for shareholders living in Germany.

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DHL CEO Frank Appel at the Annual General Meeting: “We are shaping the future of logistics”

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04/28/2017 – After a record year in 2016, the world’s leading mail and logistics company, Deutsche Post DHL Group, is facing the future with confidence. “2016 was an excellent year for us and we have a clear idea of what the future of logistics will look like. We are investing in expanding our network and in technology. We are working in a focused and connected way – and we will continue to grow,” said CEO Frank Appel at the Annual General Meeting in Bochum on April 28. At the same time, he confirmed the Group’s ambitious targets. Operating profit is to rise from EUR 3.5 billion to around EUR 3.75 billion in 2017. The CEO also confirmed the Group’s medium-term goal of increasing EBIT by an annual average of more than 8 percent between 2013 and 2020.

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