Geodis and DHL Freight target truck driver shortage with new initiatives

November 13, 2018 Alexander Whiteman

Logistics operators have unveiled multiple initiatives in recent weeks, aiming to ease capacity constraints in the supply chain, particularly in Europe’s beleaguered haulage sector.
Yesterday saw DHL Freight and Geodis announce their latest offerings: the former launching a driver recruitment programme; while Geodis announced a booking platform.
DHL Freight’s recruitment drive will initially focus on European operations, and there is already a pilot scheme in branches in Erfurt, Koblenz, Maintal, Malsfeld and Sehlem.
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