DHL has renewed it’s TJX Europe logistics contract for an additional five years

By Sophie Chapman
The German courier firm, DHL, has renewed its pan-European contract with the retailer, TJX Europe. The European retailer has reappointed DHL Supply Cha...

The German courier firm, DHL, has renewed its pan-European contract with the retailer, TJX Europe.

The European retailer has reappointed DHL Supply Chain for an additional five year to manage its logistics operations.

The two companies have been working in partnership for 23 years, since 1994, and was extended in 2007.

DHL will be responsible for managing TJX Europe’ end-to-end supply chain, including inbound vendor collections and outbound store distribution.

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“We are delighted to be extending our partnership with TJX Europe for another five years and look forward to supporting their growth plans across Europe,” stated Paul Dyer CEO of DHL Supply Chain, UK and Ireland.

The courier will provide its fleet management system, as well as its European Transport Control Tower – a multi-lingual control hub.

DHL will also get involved in the firm’s e-commerce business by deploying its global Operations Management System at its UK e-commerce facility in order to support sites.

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