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company, and that such approval process would involve a protest from DPWN.
There are not going to be any changes with our product offerings," said DPWN CEO Frank Appel.
According to DPWN, the plan will reduce aviation costs through outsourcing to UPS; rationalize infrastructure by 34 percent by closing and consolidating U.
DPWN Chief Financial Officer John Allan added that the U.
Like DPWN, TPG has actively pursued acquisitions and alliances with private providers.
DPWN and TPG may be the pioneers when it comes to public-private collaboration, but many other postal organizations are following their lead.
For example, in the Kwale region in southern Kenya, where child mortality is particularly high, the DPWN Group and its employees will help improve primary health care of families by providing basic healthcare information.
Beginning this month, moreover, DPWN will begin rebranding all of its express and logistics business units worldwide under the DHL name.
DPWN also owns 100 percent of Brussels-based DHL International, and DHL International owns 100 percent of U.
By expanding its European network and international operations, La Poste is keeping pace with its main European competitors, DPWN in Germany and TPG in the Netherlands.
For the fiscal year 2001, DPWN again posted record revenues and earnings.
With the strategy complete and the majority of the integration activities finished, I have asked John to take on another role within DPWN that will focus on other strategic projects.
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