Traffic World: ABF to Deliver DHL Freight

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 service cutbacks.

While UPS will be the recipient of DHL's outsourced air freight in a 10-year contract worth up to $1 billion per year, the U.S. Postal Service is slated to take over the remote linehaul routes on the ground that DHL is eliminating and that DHL estimates will affect 3.3 percent of deliveries and less than 1 percent of its pickups.

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