DHL Freight announces peak season surcharge for shipments across Europe

July 8, 2019 Alex Lennane

DHL Freight predicts this year’s peak season will see similar demand for road freight as last year, and has announced a 4% peak season surcharge from September to December. 
The surcharge, of an average 4%, will apply to all its full-truckload (FTL), part-truckload (PTL) and less-than-truckload (LTL) transport in Europe.  
DHL Freight said the surcharge would enable it to “provide its customers with the highest quality of service, even as demand continues to outpace ...

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