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DHL - Newcastle



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DHL is Part of the World's Leading Logistics Group, Deutsche Post DHL
DHL offers integrated services and tailored, customer-focused solutions for managing and transporting letters, goods and information.
DHL: Four Divisions – One Brand – One Provider – All Your Solutions
DHL comprises four divisions. These segments operate under the control of their own divisional headquarters. The Group management functions are performed by the Corporate Center.

We have centralized the internal services which support the entire Group, including Finance Operations, IT and Procurement. This consolidation enables us to increase the flexibility of our business, improve service quality and leverage economies of scale and cost benefits.

DHL - Newcastle

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Latitude -27.7589° S 27.7589° S 27° 45' 32.04" -27° 45.534'
Longitude 29.9288° E 29.9288° E 29° 55' 43.68" 29° 55.728'
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Shop 4 Pick ‘n Pay Centre
Scott Street
Newcastle
KwaZulu-Natal
South Africa
Phone No.
034 312 4851
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 34 312 4851

Fax No.
034 326 4833
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 34 326 4833

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