November 10, 2008: DHL, the world's number one international logistics and express service provider, today announced a repositioning of its U.S. Express business.
August 1, 2008: Less than two months after members ratified a concessionary contract that IBT officials touted as saving jobs, DHL has implemented layoffs, which could be permanent cuts.
June 11, 2008: The restructuring of DHL's air network will reach down to the ground as well when ABF Freight System begins delivering a portion of the domestic freight affected by DHL's ser
June 3, 2008: Last week DHL announced major cuts, including eliminating many outlying stations, outsourcing more delivery to the post office, and contracting out its air operations to UPS.
May 28, 2008: DHL unveiled a far-reaching restructuring of its troubled U.S.
May 28, 2008: Deutsche Post AG, Europe's biggest mail carrier, will shrink its U.S. network, fire workers and transfer some deliveries to United Parcel Service Inc.
March 27, 2008: DHL Teamsters are voting on their future.
The deal has sparked opposition from a broad network of stewards and members.
March 27, 2008: The IBT leadership argues that we need to give DHL concessions to help the company compete in the future with UPS and with FedEx.
March 20, 2008: Our Union needs to be constantly on guard to protect what Teamsters have fought for decades to win.
March 14, 2008: The UPS, freight and carhaul national contracts all have a Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) clause, to help protect against inflation eating away our wages.