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DHL Provider Loses $64 Million

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Air Transport Services Group, the main provider of air services to DHL in the United States, lost $64.2 million in the fourth quarter as DHL withdrew from domestic air express service in the United St
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Purolator USA Names Director of Finance & Administration

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Purolator USA, a provider of cross border logistics services, named Martin Flanigan, a 20-year business and financial services veteran, as the company’s new director of finance and administratio
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FedEx Plane Crashes in Tokyo

Thomas L. Gallagher |
A FedEx cargo plane crashed and burst into flame on landing at Tokyo&rsquo;s Narita International Airport early Monday morning. <br /> <br />
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FedEx Profit Dives 75 Percent

John Gallagher |
FedEx earnings plunged in the company&rsquo;s fiscal third quarter as a result of the global recession.
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Deutsche Post Unveils New Strategy, New Name

Bruce Barnard |
London -- Deutsche Post World Net on March 11 unveiled a new strategy that focuses on fusing its freight forwarding, supply chain logistics and express delivery businesses under the DHL brand.<br />
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FedEx Blasts House Panel’s Bill

John D. Boyd |
Parcel carrying giant FedEx is bitterly complaining after the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee approved a bill March 5 that could make it easier for unions to organize its drivers.<br
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Deutsche Post Lost $4B in 4Q

Tom Gallagher |
Deutsche Post, parent of DHL and Europe's biggest mail carrier, lost $4 billion in the fourth quarter due to declines in volume, which may persist through 2009.<br /> <br />
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UPS's Davis: Trade a Key Solution

Journal of Commerce Staff |
Scott Davis, CEO of the world's largest package delivery company, UPS, on Thursday told the U.S.
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UPS Expands Early Morning Territory

JOC Team |
UPS expanded its early morning delivery territory in the United States, adding nearly 3,000 ZIP codes to the 20,000 that already can receive guaranteed early morning delivery service.<br>
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U.S. 'De-Leveraging,' Says FedEx's Smith

William B. Cassidy |
The founder of FedEx is an optimist when it comes to the economy, but he won't speculate on when it will turn around. <br>
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FedEx Chief Opposes VMT

JOC Team |
The CEO of one of the largest U.S. transportation companies opposes replacing the gas tax with a vehicle mileage tax, claiming it would be unfair to many motorists.<br>
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