DHL has launched its digital freight platform, Saloodo!, in the UK, offering transport services within the UK, as well as from the continent to the UK and vice versa. The online marketplace, which connects shippers and transport providers, was launched in Germany earlier this year. “We strive to continuously simplify and speed up the logistics […] The post DHL launches online transport marketplace appeared first on Logistics Manager.
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