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(from left to right): Yogananthan S, Site Head of IT Services Cyberjaya, and VP Business Relations for IT Services, Asia Pacific, Deutsche Post DHL Group, Dato' Ng Wan Peng, Chief Operating Officer, Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), Alexander Pilař, Executive Vice President and Managing Director, IT Services, Deutsche Post DHL Group

DHL to invest further RM 1.5 billion in IT Services Data Center

DHL, the world’s leading logistics company, expects to invest nearly RM 1.5 billion (EUR 296.7M) between now and 2020 to further develop its IT Services Data Center in Cyberjaya, creating further opportunities for emerging IT talent in Malaysia and around the region.

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DHL and Huawei Accelerate Inbound-to-manufacturing Logistics with Internet of Things Solution

DHL Supply Chain together with Huawei Technologies has launched a Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) application at an automotive site in Liuzhou, China. Leveraging existing infrastructure and limited investments, the implemented IoT solution is designed to facilitate and streamline yard management for inbound-to-manufacturing logistics, leading to significant improvements in inbound processing time at the site. The proof of concept will run until the end of September with 100 DHL drivers at a section with 30 docks.

(L-R ) Jürgen Gerdes, Board Member, Post-eCommerce-Parcel, Deutsche Post DHL Group, and Joerg Wacker, Executive Board Member, Internationalization and Strategy, FC Bayern Munich AG

DHL expands cooperation with FC Bayern beyond e-commerce with innovative video gaming activations

DHL, the world’s leading logistics company, and Germany’s FC Bayern Munich, the world’s biggest football club, today announced the expansion of their cooperation with innovative activations within the video gaming market, specifically in the FIFA 18 game set to launch in September 2017. This is DHL’s bid to tap on the massive potential of the computer games market, which analysts predict will grow its revenue from US$493m in 2016 to US$1.1b in 2019.