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All Hands On Deck: How critical life sciences and healthcare cargo keeps moving to safeguard patient health during the global COVID-19 crisis

Global teams at DHL work around the clock to safeguard supply chains for key medical products and respirators across the world.

Exploring the many benefits of closing the gender gap in the energy sector

Diversity is good for every industry, bringing in fresh ideas that can generate economic and social benefits. 

Resilience360 Annual Risk report highlights top 10 risks for the new decade

With Trade sanctions, activism and ‘black swan’ events  among the key risks in 2020 businesses must prepare to manage the unpredictable, especially in a highly connected world with integrated supply chains.

Steering a New Course: Female Leadership Celebrated on International Women’s Day 2020

#EachforEqual : this is the theme of the first International Women’s Day of the new decade, forwarding an idea that, “Collectively, each one of us can help create a gender equal world.”

Celebrating National Engineers’ Week

This week we celebrate National Engineers’ Week in the U.S. – the purpose of this week is to call attention to the contributions engineers make to society. 

Heavy industry’s new customer focus

Even the most hardware-dominated sectors are now putting the customer at the center of everything they do.

Meet Eric Gantier, DHL’s new sector president Engineering, Manfacturing & Energy

DHL’s new president for the Engineering, Manufacturing and Energy sector discusses major trends and his strategic approach to collaborating with a dynamic group of industries.

Service logistics: How can companies be fast, flexible and responsive?

The desire to become more customer-centric is forcing companies to rethink their service logistics operations.

Chain reaction: The key role of supply chains in mergers & acquisitions

For many major industries, consolidation and restructuring are long-term trends. Can their supply chains keep up with all the big moves?

A complex case: Rethinking today’s packaging systems

In a fast-changing world, are too many products stuck in outdated and inappropriate packaging systems?

Smart Nation: Singapore is set to enter a brave new digital world

Singapore is rapidly entering the third iteration in its short history, evolving from a manufacturing-oriented economy and a financial hub into the high-tech epicenter of the ASEAN region.

Growth in first gear: What’s next for globalization?

After a year of escalating trade tariffs and international spats, many are fearful for the future of globalization. As economists cautiously forecast what to expect, DHL’s Global Connectedness Index update debunks several myths about the way the world economy is changing.

Winds of change: Transporting giant turbines around the world

Measuring 75 meters in length, five enormous wind turbines made their way on a 27-day journey from Aalborg, Denmark, to Siemens Gamesa’s offshore windfarm off the coast of Taichung, Taiwan.

No Time to Die: The logistics behind James Bond’s latest adventure

Within a challenging timeframe and across multiple global locations, DHL’s logistics expertise kept 007 ahead of schedule for his latest adventure.

In the age of robots and AI, don’t forget about the soft skills

With the rapid advance of robotic technology and AI, experts are emphasizing the importance of “human” or “soft” skills, such as creativity and emotional intelligence, in the workplace of the future.


Engineering the customer experience

The big changes at the heart of Engineering, Manufacturing & Energy
I am sure you’d agree that evolution is important for success in business. In today’s disruptive environment, being agile and able to adapt is critical, both for companies and economies.

The Engineering, Manufacturing and Energy sectors are not immune to this, although they are often stereotyped as solidly traditional industries that put assets before people. Yet as you’ll read in our Sector Focus, companies are having to put the needs of their customers and end users at the center of everything they do in order to keep up with changing expectations.

Singapore is eternally evolving. It’s been a manufacturing-oriented economy and financial hub and is now rapidly entering the third iteration in its short history as the high-tech epicenter of the ASEAN region. We look at the steps it’s taking to bolster its stability, efficiency and economic success.


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