April 9th in Shipping by .

Staples Awards DHL Global logistics Contract

DHL has been awarded a multi-million dollar contract with Staples to manage 32,000 Twenty-foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) annually of its bonded Export Distribution Centers (EDC) business

The agreement will also see DHL manage the office products company’s origin management services exporting out of China.

As the provider of choice for Staples, DHL will provide a full range of third party logistics (3PL) services, including origin pre-distribution, inventory management, consolidation, packaging and labeling, order right sizing, generic ordering …

DHL has been awarded a multi-million dollar contract with Staples to manage 32,000 Twenty-foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) annually of its bonded Export Distribution Centers (EDC) business

The agreement will also see DHL manage the office products company’s origin management services exporting out of China.

As the provider of choice for Staples, DHL will provide a full range of third party logistics (3PL) services, including origin pre-distribution, inventory management, consolidation, packaging and labeling, order right sizing, generic ordering and call off to market.

The services will enhance Staples’ supply chain operations in 25 countries throughout North and South America, Europe and Asia.

Phillip Chin, Global Head, International Supply Chain, DHL Global Forwarding, said: “An integrated and streamlined supply chain will deliver reduced costs, enhanced logistics efficiency and better speed-to-market for companies.

“Our latest contract will help Staples gain greater control of their supply chains, which is especially crucial in the fast-moving office products sector where timely delivery of their products in any part of the world is required to meet global customer demands.”

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  • Pushpa
    April 12, 2010

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