DHL bags its best quarterly result to date

Transport company DHL experienced a marked improvement in the first quarter of the year, in which the operating result tripled compared to the same period last year. The solid start to the year marks the company's best to date, says CEO.

"Vi har haft det bedste åbningskvartal nogensinde," siger DHL's CEO Frank Appel | Photo: DHL - PR

German transport company DHL books a significantly better-than-expected result for the first quarter of the year.

The operating result more than tripled in the first quarter to EUR 1.9 billion against EUR 592 million in the same period last year, shows the company's quarterly report.

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