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  • Photos: Cargo jet splits in half after skidding off runaway in Costa Rica

    04/08/2022 12:28:42 PM PDT · by DUMBGRUNT · 62 replies
    Fox8 ^ | 8 April 2022
    A DHL cargo jet broke in half after sliding off the runway while landing at San Jose’s international airport. The fire department says the Boeing 757 had taken off from Juan Santamaría Airport just west of the capital but decided to return after detecting a failure in the hydraulic system. Officials say that upon landing the aircraft skidded, turned and broke in two, exposing its cargo.
  • Mail service stops some deliveries to 'risky' Berlin area

    11/24/2016 9:50:16 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 18 replies ^ | 24 Nov 2016 13:55 GMT+01:00 | DPA/The Local
    German mail service DHL said that it had not made certain personal deliveries through its express service to the Berlin district of Wedding due to fraud and attacks on their carriers, but tamped down reports of “no-go” areas. A DHL spokesman told news agency DPA on Wednesday that the company has asked certain people who live in the Wedding neighborhood to pick up their packages at a DHL Express station in Wilmersdorf instead, noting that this policy has only been applied in a few isolated cases. The spokesman further explained that DHL will ask recipients in the future to also...
  • Explosives Found in Packages Bound for U.S. at Cairo Airport: Report

    11/24/2015 3:45:51 PM PST · by Zakeet · 18 replies
    Breaking 911 ^ | November 23, 2015
    Two DHL packages containing explosive materials were found by security officials at the Cairo International Airport Tuesday. Reports say the packages were making their way to the United States through London. reports: The source at the airport said that the parcels, weighting about 10kg, were going through security procedures when the explosive substances were detected by the X-Ray scans. The two parcels underwent further examinations which confirmed the existence of explosives. The official said that the parcels have been put under heavy security until authorities can identify their owners.
  • DHL hiring 300 at Cincinnati Airport Hub

    06/08/2010 10:53:48 AM PDT · by carton253 · 32 replies · 71+ views
    06/08/10 | carton253
    DHL is hiring 300 new workers at their hub at the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport. 200 workers will be added immediately and 100 workers will be added next month. The jobs are part time and second and third shift, but eligible for benefits including tuition reimbursement Applications are being accept today until 7:00 p.m.
  • DHL helps with censorship in CUBA ('you're no Google')!

    03/27/2010 8:25:42 AM PDT · by LibFreeUSA · 6 replies · 650+ views
    Generation Y (Yoani Sanchez - Havana, Cuba) ^ | March 26, 2010 | Yoani Sanchez
    From Havana, Cuba - by Yoani, Sanchez: A couple of years ago I went to the DHL office in Miramar to send some family videos to friends in Spain. The clerk looked at me as if I were trying to send a molecule of oxygen to another galaxy. Without even touching the Mini DV cassette, she told me that the Havana branch only accepted VHS. I thought it was a question of size, but the explanation she gave was even more surprising, “It’s just that our machines to view the content only read the large cassettes.” When I tried to...
  • Shipping Company Delivers Holiday Cheer to Troops

    12/11/2008 3:51:50 PM PST · by SandRat · 2 replies · 238+ views
    WASHINGTON, Dec. 11, 2008 – Express delivery company DHL is spreading holiday cheer to troops serving in the Middle East by sending hundreds of Christmas trees, holiday decorations and messages of support. Army Lt. Col. Sean Shumaker thanks the New York community, Dee’s Nursery and DHL for delivering trees and holiday items when he was stationed at Camp Anaconda in Iraq. DHL courtesy photo  (Click photo for screen-resolution image);high-resolution image available. The company, based in Plantation, Fla., hosted its annual Trees for Troops send-off this week at DHL's gateway at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. Since 2004, DHL...
  • Deutsche Post to shed thousands of US jobs (DHL Done)

    11/10/2008 6:26:55 AM PST · by CodeToad · 44 replies · 283+ views
    Economic Times ^ | 9 November 2008 | Economic Times
    BERLIN: German logistics giant Deutsche Post will on Monday announce thousands of job losses in the United States in the wake of heavy losses, a German newspaper reported.
  • McCain Urges Anti-Trust Review of DHL-UPS Deal

    08/07/2008 7:26:05 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 22 replies · 112+ views
    New York - White House hopeful Senator John McCain expressed concern on Thursday over DHL's proposal to hire United Parcel Service Inc to fly its packages nationwide, as it violates laws intended to encourage market competition.
  • DHL Shipping Company Closing Centers - Shipping via US Mail

    07/03/2008 1:00:10 PM PDT · by locke22 · 47 replies · 1,303+ views
    Old Glory Radio ^ | 07/03/08 | Old Glory Radio
    BREAKING: DHL Shipping company closing major centers, and is using the US Mail to deliver packages in their system. How widespread or number of closings not determined. However, according to DHL vendor, thousands of zip far.
  • Human liver, partial head mistakenly delivered to Mich. home

    03/03/2007 10:20:25 AM PST · by Extremely Extreme Extremist · 22 replies · 599+ views
    WFRV.COM ^ | 03 MARCH 2007 | AP
    CASCADE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) -- Two packages containing human body parts including a liver and a partial head that were intended for a Traverse City lab instead were delivered to a home. The body parts, sent from China, were mistakenly dropped off at Franck and Ludivine Larmande's Kent County home by a DHL express driver who believed the bubble-wrapped items were pieces to a table. ``My husband started to unwrap one and said, 'This is strange, it looks like a liver,''' Ludivine Larmande told The Grand Rapids Press. ``He started the second one, but stopped as soon as we saw...
  • IBM, Intel, Royal Philips, SAP Tapped For DHL RFID Project

    03/09/2006 8:22:06 PM PST · by Pro-Bush · 248+ views
    Yahoo/ ^ | 3/8/06 | Laurie Sullivan
    IBM, Intel, Royal Philips, SAP Tapped For DHL RFID ProjectBy Laurie Sullivan TechWeb.comWed Mar 8, 7:31 PM ET DHL has tapped several companies to expand its radio frequency identification technology (RFID) projects within the supply chain. The logistics provider Wednesday said it's collaborating with IBM Corp., Intel Corp., Royal Philips Electronics N.V. and SAP AG. IBM's Sensor and Actuators business unit has been appointed to help develop specific "proof of concepts," along with Intel, Philips, and SAP, said Scott Burroughs, solutions executive with sensor and actuators solutions at IBM. "We're bringing intellectual capital and technology into the mix," he said....
  • New Yorkers Send Christmas Trees to Troops in the Middle East (This will warm your heart)

    12/14/2005 4:42:38 PM PST · by SandRat · 8 replies · 383+ views
    Navy NewsStand ^ | Dec 14, 2005 | Journalist 2nd Class Cassandra Thompson
    MANAMA, Bahrain (NNS) -- One thousand Christmas trees arrived in Bahrain Dec. 12 to be delivered to forward-deployed service members in the Middle East. This is the second year in a row that New York businesses and veterans have coordinated with DHL, a worldwide shipping service, to fly Christmas trees to military members in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait and Bahrain. Bill Ashton, DHL assistant local affairs director for the Middle East, said DHL planes routinely fly to Bahrain, Iraq and Afghanistan delivering letters and gifts to troops in the area. When DHL was approached in 2004 by New York businessman Jim...
  • Revenge: Russian on trial for killing air controller

    10/25/2005 4:52:57 PM PDT · by MarshallDillon · 11 replies · 511+ views ^ | Oct. 25, 2005 | Pilar Wolfsteller, Reuters
    ZURICH (Reuters) - A Russian who lost his wife and two children in Germany's worst aviation disaster went on trial in Switzerland on Tuesday for killing the air traffic controller he held responsible. Vitaly Kaloyev, 48, lost his family when a DHL cargo plane and a Russian passenger jet collided in Swiss-controlled airspace over southern Germany on July 1, 2002. He is charged with the premeditated killing of Peter Nielsen, the only air traffic controller on duty at the time. Under Swiss law this charge ranks between murder and manslaughter and carries a maximum sentence of 20 years. "I went...
  • DHL Agrees to End Cigarette Deliveries to Individuals

    07/05/2005 2:09:07 PM PDT · by TheOtherOne · 122 replies · 1,944+ views
    AP ^ | AP-ES-07-05-05 1645ED
    DHL Agrees to End Cigarette Deliveries to IndividualsBy Michael Gormley Associated Press Writer Published: Jul 5, 2005 ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - One of the world's largest package delivery companies will stop delivering cigarettes to individual consumers nationwide under an agreement with New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer. Spitzer said DHL is the first major shipping company to agree to the ban and negotiations continue with other companies and the U.S. Postal Service. The agreement follows a March deal in which major credit card companies began refusing to participate in Internet sale of cigarettes nationwide. The agreement with Spitzer and the...
  • Reclusive millionaire quietly tops Schwarzenegger donors (DHL founder)

    11/28/2004 2:00:27 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 1 replies · 904+ views
    Monterey Herald ^ | 11/28/04 | Don Thompson - AP
    SACRAMENTO - He's used his millions to benefit exotic show horses, a home for retired chimpanzees - and California's actor-governor. William Armsted Robinson has quietly become one of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's top donors, periodically trading off the pinnacle with San Diego Chargers owner Alex Spanos and Spanish language television entrepreneur Jerry Perenchio. Stockton real estate developer Spanos and Univision owner Perenchio are high-profile businessmen with long-term interests in California. But Robinson is an elusive, reclusive man whose first major foray into influencing politics is the $650,000 he has given Schwarzenegger. Schwarzenegger fund-raiser Marty Wilson describes Robinson as a "very private,...
  • DHL founder pleads ignorance in sworn testimony

    11/28/2004 2:00:30 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 3 replies · 1,440+ views
    Bakersfield Californian ^ | 11/28/04 | AP - Sacramento
    SACRAMENTO (AP) - William Armsted Robinson, a top contributor to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, founded Document Handling Limited, one of the nation's first courier services, and sold it for $57 million last year. Competitors United Parcel Service and Federal Express, which fought the sale, wanted Robinson to testify that he was merely a financial front for the minority owner, Germany's Deutsche Post. The U.S. Department of Transportation eventually ruled against their claim and allowed the sale. In a transcript of his sworn confidential deposition, obtained by The Associated Press, Robinson said he had no idea how he came up with his...
  • 2003 Hugh Gordon-Burge Trophy Awarded to DHL Flight Crew

    10/30/2004 1:37:20 PM PDT · by Boundless · 8 replies · 664+ views
    Aero-News.Net ^ | 2004-10-30 | <none given>
    On 22nd November 2003, a DHL A300 B4 had been airborne from Baghdad Airport for just over 3 minutes when the calm in the cockpit was shattered by the sound of a loud bang. At about 8,000ft an explosion was heard, followed by a cacophony of aural warnings and visual displays showing a master warning on all flight controls. Unbeknown to the crew at that time, the aircraft had been struck by a missile.
  • DHL cutting 1,000 jobs from Airborne's Seattle facility

    04/02/2004 2:31:49 PM PST · by Willie Green · 7 replies · 219+ views
    The Seattle Times ^ | 4/2/04 | Shirleen Holt
    For education and discussion only. Not for commercial use. As expected, 1,000 former Airborne Express workers will lose their jobs in Seattle over the next 12 months as the new owner, German air-cargo company DHL Express, concentrates operations at its headquarters in South Florida. DHL filed the layoff notice with the state Employment Security Department yesterday, ending faint hope that some administrative jobs might remain here. Workers at the offices in Belltown received no official company-wide announcement of the job cuts. But many have already gotten offers to relocate to other offices around the United States. "Most here at our...
  • Controller Linked To Crash Murdered...

    02/28/2004 1:40:08 PM PST · by Archangelsk · 8 replies · 201+ views
    AVWEB ^ | 022804 | N/A
    Controller Linked To Crash Murdered... Random Act Or Revenge... On Tuesday, an air traffic controller who worked for Skyguide, the Swiss airspace agency, was stabbed to death in his home in Kloten, near Zurich. The victim had been the sole controller on duty in July 2002 when two airplanes collided in Swiss airspace over Lake Constance, killing 71 people, many of them Russian schoolchildren. He was a 36-year-old Danish citizen, a father of three, and was never publicly identified in connection with the crash. Police said a dark-haired man in his 50s rang the doorbell at the controller's home....
  • Suspected Iraqi mastermind in DHL attack dies in US custody

    12/30/2003 6:30:41 PM PST · by saquin · 17 replies · 172+ views
    AFP ^ | 12/30/03
    BAGHDAD (AFP) - The chief suspect in an attack on a DHL aircraft over the Iraqi capital last month died in US custody after soldiers wounded him in a firefight, the US military said. US troops Brigadier General Mark Kimmitt also said troops had arrested 101 suspected combatants in 29 raids and 40 offensive operations over the last 24 hours. "Ziad Sahid, a former director of military intelligence... suspected of responsibility for attacks on coalition forces to include the downing of the DHL jetliner, died in a coalition medical facility of wounds received during a targeted raid on his complex,"...