DHL’s strange delivery route?
I have just recently heard that a DHL package can take a strange route.
For example, a package shipped from China to Japan, is sent out to Hong Kong, then to Germany. (I don’t know from then on, it is to fly across the Atlantic & the Pacific …)
Have anyone seen the same kind of case through the DHL tracking system?
Also, Does this (seemingly wasteful) traveling route make sense to DHL, in terms of cost?
Also, I am worried about its accumulated ecological impact…
Players Club Tours answers:
DHL is a great company however, we had a DHL in our area for about two years and they just up and disappeared, I don’t really think the company is ran at its best. The board needs to sit down and figure out what routes are the quickest, easiest and provide less impact on our planet. But when you have companies that pass so much money through their hands a day, they rarely pay any attention to anything other than profit. Although if they wised up, they would make more money! Hence the corporate world, it will never make any sense!
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