06 Apr '11, 9pm

DHL moves with tomorrow's energy today

DHL moves with tomorrow’s energy today Market leader focuses on energy logistics Bonn, 14 March 2011: Working alongside customers across a variety of industries over many decades has provided DHL with an unrivalled industry understanding and expertise. DHL is now applying this experience to the wind energy sector, delivering lean and sustainable supply chain solutions which support the construction and maintenance of wind turbines. As the production of wind energy is no longer a niche activity, the supply chain is becoming more and more a key focus area for the wind energy industry, as increased competition makes it necessary to move beyond simply optimized sourcing and into wider supply chain and logistics issues. Improved forecasting and planning of production and milk runs, supply chain monitoring, optimized multimodal delivery and remote location support, create compet...

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