DHL Supply Chain faces pressure on JLR contract

December 19, 2018 Alex Lennane

An interesting article by Thomas Cullen (who wrote the recent Loadstar LongRead: Automotive Apocalypse), on rumours that DHL Supply Chain could lay off hundreds of employees as a result of Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) cost-cutting.
He noted that JLR is attempting to reduce its cost base by cutting its own and contract staff – which is likely to include DHL staff, who provide line-feed operations and transport planning. Explaining why JLR ...

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