DHL reports constrained capacity during quarter with revenue growth

Deutsche Post DHL Group, with business divisions including logistics branch DHL Global Forwarding, saw its revenue surge to EUR 22.6bn in a first quarter characterized by ”strong demand,” but also pressure on capacity.

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Deutsche Post DHL Group reports a start to the year seeing growth in revenue and strong demand for transport services, but with a continued pressure on capacity in supply chains, according to a financial statement.

The large German group, whose business legs include logistics arm DHL Global Forwarding, has published its interim financial report Tuesday morning CET.

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