DHL will stop delivering goods across Russia from September 1. About it says in a post on her website.
“Due to significant technical difficulties associated with the functioning of information systems and infrastructure, the global operating structure, as well as legal restrictions, the Deutsche Post DHL group, which is the sole shareholder of DHL International JSC, decided to terminate the provision of express delivery services. cargo and documents within the Russian Federation from September 1, 2022,” the company said.
All documents and cargo accepted for shipment before August 31 will be delivered to the recipients. After September 1, only the service of sending documents and cargo abroad will be available to DHL customers.
From the beginning of autumn, the Russian division of JSC DHL International will be disconnected from the global information system of the parent company. This means that customers will not be able to create or place new orders for shipping within Russia.
In early March, DHL reported that stops delivery of goods and documents to Russia and Belarus due to the operation in Ukraine. However, the company made an exception for the Podari Zhizn charity foundation and continued to supply it with humanitarian supplies, including unregistered foreign drugs.
“DHL in Germany has very carefully studied the list of drugs that Podari Zhizn buys for the wards, checked our supplier, checked the fund itself and decided to resume deliveries,” said fund director Ekaterina Shergova.
In Russia, DHL delivered cargoes to more than 6,000 settlements, shipments were accepted by about 130 offices in more than 120 cities, including Nizhny Tagil. The fleet of the Russian division consisted of almost one thousand cars.
JSC “DHL International” was registered in 1993, the sole owner is Deutsche Post Beteiligungen Holding. The revenue of the Russian division in 2021 amounted to 18.8 billion rubles, net profit – 2.2 billion rubles.
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