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5 Asia-Pacific countries charging ahead with electric vehicles
With these leaders driving change, bold moves are paving the way for cleaner, more accessible transport.
Why mentoring youth can aid economic growth
Mentorship and career guidance for young people in developing countries often bring positive long-term impact to national economies.
From courier to CEO: Egidio Monteiro’s rise to the top
Starting his logistics journey as a courier proved an important learning experience for Egidio Monteiro, CEO of DHL Global Forwarding Southern Africa.
He pioneered DHL’s disaster response program 20 years ago. Here’s his story
Humanitarian logistics veteran Chris Weeks started DHL’s disaster response program and has led disaster deployments around the world for the past 20 years.
In Africa, three women are challenging gender bias in a male-dominated industry
Where gender equality is still far from the norm at the workplace in Africa, three female leaders at DHL are doing their part to turn things around.
Meet the people manager at the heart of DHL’s award-winning workplace culture
Eva Mattheeussen has been instrumental in transforming DHL Global Forwarding into a top employer in Middle East and Africa.
Jobless youth in ASEAN: Why countries and companies are paying attention
The issue could seriously impede growth in the region, dimming the glow of a projected golden age of rapid economic expansion.
How an aspiring humanitarian professional found her voice for the disadvantaged
A tough childhood has set Léonie Dindji on the path to helping disadvantaged communities in her native Côte d'Ivoire.
5 ways the logistics industry can rethink packaging in 2020
With environmental impact a major concern for companies and consumers, the logistics industry has to rethink packaging to ensure a sustainable future.
‘Not much was left’: smartAID goodwill ambassador on Hurricane Dorian damage
Being an experienced disaster relief volunteer did little to prepare Alethea Gold for Hurricane Dorian’s devastation in the Bahamas.
A green Christmas: How to minimize packaging waste during the holiday season
Companies can consider these simple solutions before introducing sustainable practices to shrink their waste output.
Sitting at the crossroads between Asia, Europe and Africa, Dubai has come to the fore as a humanitarian logistics hub during the Covid-19 pandemic.
In the Covid-19 pandemic, Dubai steps up as world’s humanitarian logistics hub
Sitting at the crossroads between Asia, Europe and Africa, Dubai has come to the fore as a humanitarian logistics hub during the Covid-19 pandemic.
In the Covid-19 pandemic, Dubai steps up as world’s humanitarian logistics hub
Sitting at the crossroads between Asia, Europe and Africa, Dubai has come to the fore as a humanitarian logistics hub during the Covid-19 pandemic.
DHL’s path to zero emissions by 2050: Tree planting in Vietnam
Businesses are planting trees to combat the ill effects of climate change and global warming. The key to doing it right is long-term commitment.
The first step toward a zero-emissions future? E-fuels on the roads
Until e-mobility becomes mainstream for long-haul transport, DHL believes that e-fuels will emerge as a strong interim solution.
Next on the green agenda for logistics: Energy-efficient warehouses
Cleantech start-up BeeBryte is helping companies like DHL to adopt energy-efficient practices and reap savings with zero setup costs.
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