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Carrier Intelligence Report Deutsche Post DHL March 2013 Table of contents Key financial figures Key stakeholder figures Macro environment Market & consumers 3 4 5 6 Corporate & media Governance & strategy Quarterly performance Corporate performance Business units 7 8 9 10 11 “Thanks to our presence in the world’s growth markets, the DHL divisions performed particularly dynamically in financial year 2012 and played a key role in increasing our consolidated revenue” Dr.
Frank Appel, CEO Operations Human resources Corporate responsibility Acquisitions & divestments Product launches 12 13 14 15 16 Key press releases Outlook & targets 17 19 Key financial figures Express division boosts revenue by 9. 5% in 2012 Income Statement Total revenue EBIT margin Net profit margin Staff costs to revenue ratio Balance Sheet Total non-current assets Total current assets Total quity Total non-current liabilities Total current liabilities Current ratio Return on capital employed Gearing ratio Cash flow Net cash flow from operating activities Net cash flow from investing activities Net cash flow from financing activities Net increase/(decrease) in cash and cash equivalents Revenue by division Mail Parcels & Express Logistics & Freight EBIT by division Mail Parcels & Express Logistics & Freight 2010 53,605. 0 3. 4% 4. 9% 31. 0% 2011 54,879. 0 4. 4% 2. 3% 30. 5% 2012 57,680. 0 4. 6% 3. 1% 30. 8% Change 5. 1% 0. 2 0. 9 0. 3 LCU, m % % % LCU, m LCU, m LCU, m LCU, m LCU, m % % 24,493. 13,270. 0 10,696. 0 13,844. 0 13,223. 0 1. 00 7. 5% 56. 4% 21,225. 0 17,183. 0 11,199. 0 8,587. 0 18,622. 0 0. 92 12. 3% 43. 4% 21,832. 0 12,289. 0 12,164. 0 9,332. 0 12,625. 0 0. 97 12. 4% 43. 4% 2. 9% -28. 5% 8. 6% 8. 7% -32. 2% 0. 05 – LCU, m LCU, m LCU, m LCU, m 1,927. 0 8. 0 (1,651. 0) 284. 0 2,371. 0 (1,129. 0) (1,547. 0) (305. 0) (203. 0) (1,697. 0) 1,199. 0 (701. 0) – LCU, m LCU, m LCU, m 13,822. 0 10,788. 0 26,707. 0 13,877. 0 11,309. 0 27,578. 0 13,874. 0 12,378. 0 29,209. 0 0. 0% 9. 5% 5. 9% IPC Statistical Database LCU, m LCU, m LCU, m 148,066. 0 88,384. 0 614. 0 147,434. 0 85,496. 0 802. 146,923. 0 84,623. 0 928. 0 – Source: Deutsche Post DHL annual reports 2010-2012, IPC analysis Note: Change represents year-on-year development from 2011 3 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Key stakeholder figures Share price up by almost 40% over 2012 Shares Share price, year-end Earnings per share Human resources Average full-time equivalents Average part-time employees Women in management Absenteeism rate EOS response rate Total employee satisfaction Employee engagement Customer index Business customer satisfaction Consumer satisfaction Sustainability Total CO2 emissions LCU LCU 010 12. 09 2. 10 2011 11. 88 0. 96 2012 16. 6 1. 37 Change 39. 7% – % % % 421,274 63,126 17. 0% 7. 4% 79. 0% 73. 0 67. 0 423,348 65,322 17. 6% 7. 4% 80. 0% 76. 0 n/a 428,287 62,523 18. 5% 7. 6% 80. 0% 76. 0 n/a 1. 2% -4. 3% 0. 9 0. 2 0. 0 0. 0 n/a n/a n/a 95. 0 n/a 96. 0 1. 0 t 28,400,000 28,200,000 n/a Retail network Wholly-owned retail outlets Contracted retail outlets Delivery performance Domestic letter quality performance (D+1) Domestic letter quality USO requirement (D+1) Domestic parcel quality performance Domestic parcel expected business-day delivery Domestic letter and parcel rates
Standard letter, 0-20g Standard letter, 20-50g Economy parcel, 2-3kg 2 19,998 2 19,998 n/a n/a % % % % 95. 4% 80% n/a n/a 95. 4% 80% n/a n/a n/a 80% n/a n/a 0. 0 € € € 0. 55 0. 90 6. 90 0. 55 0. 90 6. 90 0. 55 0. 90 6. 90 0. 0% 0. 0% 0. 0% Source: Deutsche Post DHL annual reports 2010-2012, IPC analysis Note: Change represents year-on-year development from 2011 4 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Germany: macro environment Low unemployment and higher wages will lift economy in 2013 Economics • • • • • • • % 4% 2% 0% -2% -4% -6% 07 08 09 10 11 Inflation 12 13 14 15 16 17 Trade Exports: €1,034,140. 5m (? 8. 0%) 1. France 9. 6% 2. United States 6. 9% 3. Netherlands 6. 4% 4. China 6. 1% 5. United Kingdom 6. 0% Machinery & transport equipment, chemicals and food, drink & tobacco Demographics • • • • • • • • • 10% 8% 6% 4% 2% 0% 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Unemployment rate GDP, constant prices: €2,436,330m GDP, current prices: €2,570,080m GDP per capita: €29,729. 4 (? 3%) GDP per capita (PPP-adjusted): €25,756. 3 (? 0. %) GDP related to agriculture: 1% GDP related to industry: 26% (? 4 percentage points) GDP related to service: 73% (? 4 percentage points) 348,672 km2 81,770,000 inhabitants (? 0. 2%) 234. 5 inhabitants per km2 Median age: 44. 9 years (2nd) Corruption perception: 8. 0 (? 0. 1) 39. 9m households Broadband subscribers: 31. 6% Urban population: 73. 8% Employed population: 50. 2% Imports: €880,951. 0m (? 9. 7%) 1. Netherlands 12. 9% 2. France 7. 6% 3. China 7. 1% 4. Belgium 6. 2% 5. Italy 5. 4% Machinery & transport equipment, chemicals and mineral fuels & lubricants Real GDP growth

Economic outlook The German economy is expected to recover from a weak end to 2012 with growth from the first quarter of 2013. With exports projected to recover and retail sales experiencing a welcome recovery, estimated GDP growth ranges from 0. 6 to 1. 3% in 2013 (2014: 1. 5 to 2. 4%). Unemployment is currently at its lowest for two decades, with business facing a shortage of skilled labour. Pay increases of up to 6. 5% awarded in 2012 should bolster consumer sentiment through to 2014. The healthy outlook is expected to generate improved public finances, turning the federal budget deficit to surplus in 2013.
Source: The economist – Pocket World in Figures 2012 Edition, IMF, Bloomberg, ITC Trade Map, CIA World Factbook, ITU, Transparency International, IPC analysis Note: Brackets represent year-on-year development from 2010 or world ranking 5 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Germany: market & consumers Increasing number of consumers purchasing online Logistics market (bn T-km) Inland waterways 550 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Financial services market (€bn) Road 9,000 -8% 8,000 7,000 6,000 -9% 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 Assets, all banks +11% Commentary Rail 2007 2008 2009 2010 2007 2008 009 2010 2011 According to the latest available figures, while German road freight grew by only 1. 8% in 2010 to 313bn Tonnekilometres (T-km), rail and waterways each expanded by around 12% to 107 and 62bn T-km respectively. Bank-owned assets increased by 11% over the fiveyear period to €8. 46tn. Household consumption grew by 1. 5% in 2011 after correcting for inflation, fuelling a German retail market which has remained steady despite the crisis in the Eurozone. The proportion of surveyed consumers purchasing online grew by 6 percentage points (p. p. ) in 2011 to 54%, and average growth since 2002 has been above 4 p. . Broadband penetration seems to be reaching a plateau, with an increase of half a p. p. in 2011. Consumption expenditure Private final consumption expenditure, growth 2. 0% Online purchasing habits Last online purchase in the last 3 months Last online purchase more than a year ago / never ordered 100% Digitisation Internet users Broadband subscribers 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 1. 5% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 1. 0% 0. 5% 0. 0% -0. 5% 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Source: Eurostat, ITU, OECD, IPC analysis Note: T-km=Tonne-kilometres, representing the transport of one tonne of goods (including packaging and weight of transport units) over a distance of one kilometre. p. p. = percentage points 6 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Germany: corporates & media Newspaper ad market continues to decline but remains largest medium Forbes Global 2000 Media spend (€m) -4% Top 10 advertisers 1. Procter & Gamble Media-Saturn-Holding Ferrero Aldi Unilever L’Oreal Axel Springer Lidl Edeka 2010 2011 2012 +5% +27% 0% 2. 3. 4. 5,943 5,839 5,715 3,885 3,954 4,071 4,160
Top 5 by revenue 17 Volkswagen Group (Auto & Truck Manufacturers) 409 E. ON (Electric Utilities) 37 Daimler (Auto & Truck Manufacturers) 50 Allianz (Diversified Insurance) 50 Siemens (Conglomerates) 3,465 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 3,488 3,461 Top 5 by profits 17 Volkswagen Group (Auto & Truck Manufacturers) 50 Siemens (Conglomerates) 74 BASF (Diversified Chemicals) 37 Daimler (Auto & Truck Manufacturers) 61 BMW Group (Auto & Truck Manufacturers) Top 5 by market value 50 Siemens (Conglomerates) 227 SAP (Software & Programming) 74 BASF (Diversified Chemicals) 17 Volkswagen Group (Auto & Truck Manufacturers) 37 Daimler (Auto & Truck Manufacturers) 4% +10% 692 706 719 +8% 766 797 827 3,067 3,473 75 79 Cinema 82 10. Volkswagen Group Magazines Internet TV Newspapers Radio Outdoor Media review & outlook All digital media will gain share as they become more and more important for advertisers. The growth in the smartphone market and the implementation of full-video ads in websites will lead to increased budgets. Magazines and newspapers in particular will have a different position in the future as a lot of information and entertainment is provided by internet sites.
Along with digital media, cinema, outdoor and TV helped to drive German ad market in 2012. Source: www. forbes. com/global2000, ZenithOptimedia Western Europe Market & Mediafact 2011, ZenithOptimedia Advertising Expenditure Forecasts December 2011, IPC analysis Note: Forbes Global 2000; numbers under top 5 represent global ranking 7 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Governance & strategy “The provider, investment and employer of choice in its market” www. dp-dhl. com Chairman of the Board Prof. Dr.
Wulf von Schimmelmann Chairman 2009Born 1947 Other board positions: • Accenture • Thomson Reuters Chief Executive Officer Dr. Frank Appel CEO 2008Born 1961 Ownership 25. 5% state owned KfW Bank 74. 5% freely floating Organisation Previous positions: • Managing Director, DP • Partner, McKinsey Corporate Centre Deutsche Post DHL Vision & strategy Vision • To remain The Post for Germany as well as The Logistics Company for the world Chairman of the Board of Management Dr. Frank Appel Finance, Global Business Services Lawrence Rosen Personnel Angela Titzrath
Strategy • Strong divisional focus: strategic priorities are individually set for the Mail, Express, Global Forwarding / Freight and Supply Chain divisions • Group-wide initiatives: the new commercial organisation ‘Customer Solutions & Innovation’ provides customers seeking solutions from across DHL divisions with easier access to services • Unified corporate culture: corporate responsibility initiatives under the motto of ‘Living Responsibility’ focus on protecting the environment, disaster management and championing education Divisions Deutsche Post DHL Mail Jurgen Gerdes Express Ken Allen
Global Forwarding, Freight Roger Crook Supply Chain Bruce Edwards Source: www. dp-dhl. com, Deutsche Post DHL annual report 2012 8 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Quarterly performance Q4 2012: Group revenue up 3% from Q4 2011; 7% increase for P Revenue and profitability +3% 15,000 14% 12% 10,000 5. 2% 5,000 4. 2% 4. 0% 10% 8% 4. 4% 4. 2% 6% 4% 2% 0 Q4 2011 Q1 2012 Q2 2012 EBIT margin Q3 2012 Q4 2012 0% Segment performance (€m) +3% +7% 8. 000 7. 000 6. 000 5. 000 4. 000 3. 000 2. 000 1. 000 0 Q4 2011 Mail Q1 2012 Parcels & Express Q2 2012 Logistics & Freight Q3 2012 Q4 2012 0%
Total revenue, €m Volume Total international addressed mail Unaddressed admail 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 Q4 2011 Q1 2012 Q2 2012 Q3 2012 Q4 2012 Addressed admail Priority or standard mail -4% Parcels and Express volume Parcels and Express 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Q4 2011 Q1 2012 Q2 2012 Q3 2012 Q4 2012 +7% Commentary Consolidated revenue rose €451m (3. 2%) yearon-year to reach €14,577m in Q4 2012. EBIT margin remained steady compared to Q4 2011 but dipped slightly on the previous quarter. The Parcels & Express division saw robust revenue growth, up 7% year-on-year.
The strong performance was attributable to a significant rise in volumes (see left). Logistics revenues also increased year-on-year, while Mail division revenue stabilised. Mail volumes were down 4% year-on-year, accelerated by divestments in the international mail segment (-19. 2%). Source: Deutsche Post-DHL annual and interim reports 2011-12, IPC analysis 9 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Corporate performance Higher revenues with continued increase in EBIT margin in 2012 Revenue and profitability 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0 2008 Total revenue 2009 EBIT margin 2010 Net profit margin 2011 2012 -1. % -2. 2% 0. 5% 4. 9% 3. 4% 0. 5% 2. 3% 4. 4% 3. 1% -16% +11% +2% +5% 7% 6% 5% 4% 3% 2% 1% 0% -1% -2% -3% Cash flow 203 4. 6% 1,697 1,199 3,123 Beginning of period Cash flow Operating activities Investing activities Financing activities Segment information 2012 (2008) 2% (2%) 23% (25%) Share price development 2012 (2008) 20. 0 Commentary Consolidated revenue increased by 5. 1% to €55,512m in financial year 2012, with positive currency effects accounting for around two-thirds of this increase. The proportion of consolidated revenue generated abroad grew to 69. 7%,. Changes in the portfolio reduced revenue by €216m.
At €2,665m, EBIT was 9. 4% up on the prior-year figure. Compared to 2008, Logistics and freight divisions have grown relative to other units and now generate 53% of consolidated revenue (Mail: 23%). In 2012 the Group’s share price outperformed the DAX for the second year running. 30% (31%) 15. 0 53% (50%) 22% (25%) 70% (69%) 10. 0 15,000 10,000 5,000 5. 0 Mail Parcels & express Logistics & freight Postal retail Domestic revenue International revenue 0. 0 1/1/01 1/1/03 1/3/05 1/2/07 1/2/09 1/3/11 0 1/1/13 Share price, € Traded volume Source: Deutsche Post DHL annual reports 2008-2012, IPC analysis 0 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Business units Improved profitability for P and Logistics & freight Mail “Deutsche Post DHL is Europe’s largest postal company. It offers all types of products and services to both private and business customers, physical, hybrid and electronic letters and merchandise to special services such as cash on delivery and registered mail” Mail division Revenue in 2012 was on par with 2011, reaching €13,972m despite three fewer working days, which however had a noticeably negative impact on transactional mail.
Strong results in the Parcel Germany unit (+9. 4%) balanced declines in transactional and addressed advertising mail. EBIT reached €1,051m, 5. 1 % below the prior-year figure, and was reduced by €151m as a result of an additional VAT payment demanded by the German tax authorities. Overall market share declined from 63. 7% to 62. 7%. Revenue, €m 15,000 EBIT margin -3% 20% 15% 10% 5,000 5% 0% 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Parcels & express “In the Express division, Deutsche Post DHL transport urgent documents and goods reliably and on time from door to door.
The network ps more than 220 countries and territories, in which some 100,000 employees provide services for more than 2. 6m customers” Express division Excluding currency effects and the impact of a certain divestments in 2011, revenue increased by 6. 8% to €12,378m in 2012, a result still below precrisis levels. EBIT for the Express division however rose to a new high, reaching €1,108m (a margin of 8. 7%). The result was driven by revenue growth in all regions as well as one-time effects connected to restructuring provisions in the United States.
Business trend was particularly dynamic in the Americas region, with revenue up by 20. 6% to €2,276m in 2012. Revenue, €m 14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 EBIT margin -6% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% -5% -10% -15% -20% Logistics & freight “With a wide range of coverage and comprehensive offering for transporting freight by air, sea or land, DHL is one of the leading global freight and logistics companies. The Supply Chain business provide contract logistics solutions along the entire supply chain” Global forwarding/freight division Revenue grew by 3. % including positive currency effects of €507m. EBIT in the division improved due to high gross profit margins and constantly increasing efficiency. Supply chain division Increased EBIT was driven by improved contract portfolio management and cost efficiencies, compensating for margin pressure and costs associated with new customers. DHL is the leader in a fragmented market with a share of 7. 8%. Revenue, €m 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 -5% 10% 5% 0% EBIT margin +8% 15% 10,000 0 Source: Deutsche Post DHL annual reports 2008-2012, IPC analysis 1 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Operations Year-on-year increase in P volume of almost 10% Mail volume International addressed mail Unaddressed admail 30. 000 25. 000 -12% 20. 000 15. 000 10. 000 5. 000 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 -7% Addressed admail Transactional mail Parcels & express volume +24% Commentary Transactional mail volumes fell by 3. 0% year-on-year with private customer volumes declining much more than business customer volumes. In the Dialogue Marketing business unit, total sales volumes declined slightly over the course of the year.
Unaddressed advertising mail was up year-on-year, whilst addressed advertising mail declined. Divestment of a bulk mail business in the Netherlands and domestic business in the UK resulted in a large drop in international mail volumes. The flourishing e-commerce business is the primary reason for this consistently strong growth in parcel volumes, up 9. 8% in 2012. By year-end, 42,8129 FTEs were employed in more than 220 countries and territories, 1. 1 % more than in 2011. The retail network was fully contracted and stable in 2011. 1. 000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Employees
Average full-time equivalents -4% Employees per business unit 2012 (2008) 3% (3%) 0% +1% 34% (32%) 43% (40%) Retail network Wholly-owned retail outlets Contracted retail outlets +48% 20. 000 +1% 15. 000 0% 500. 000 400. 000 300. 000 -4% 10. 000 200. 000 100. 000 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Mail Parcels & Express 20% (25%) Logistics & Freight Corporate 5. 000 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 Source: Deutsche Post DHL annual reports 2008-2012, IPC analysis 12 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Human resources Significant increase in women in management since 2008 Part-time employees Average part-time employees
Gender 2011 (2008) 2012 (2008) 80,000 70,000 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 -13% 18,5% (13. 5%) 36,7% (37. 7%) 63,3% (62. 3%) 81,5% (86. 5%) 2012 Women in total workforce Men in total workforce Women in management Men in management Absenteeism & staff turnover Staff turnover 2008 Absenteeism rate Satisfaction & engagement Employee satisfaction Commentary While the number of part-time employees employed by Deutsche-Post DHL has fallen by 13% since 2008, the proportion of women in the Group’s workforce dropped slightly over 2008-11 (the most recent data available).
In terms of management, the company has seen an increase of five p. p. over the period, reaching 18. 5% in 2012. The company is committed to filling 25-30% of vacant management positions with women. Staff turnover fell significantly over 2009-11. Absenteeism continued to increase in 2012, reaching 7. 6%. Employee satisfaction has remained constant over the last three years. 2010 2009 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Source: Deutsche Post DHL annual reports 2008-2012, Deutsche Post DHL corporate social responsibility reports 2010-2011, IPC analysis 3 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Corporate responsibility Significant increase in the number of trainees hired Environmental responsibility “The primary focus of our environmental protection program GoGreen is to minimise our business operations’ greatest impact on the environment – CO2 emissions. We are also working to limit impacts where our business activities affect the environment in other ways” By the year 2020, the Group intends to improve the CO2 efficiency of own operations (Scope 1 & 2) and those of subcontractors (Scope 3) by 30% compared with 2007.
In 2012, Scope 1 & 2 CO2 emissions were approximately 5. 4m tonnes (previous year: 5. 3m). Direct CO2 emissions rose slightly mainly due to the increased demand for air transport. Scope 3 emissions data for 2012 will be available upon the release of the CSR report in April 2013. CO2 emissions (t) CO2 emissions, scope 1&2 6,000,000 +31% 5,000,000 4,000,000 3,000,000 2,000,000 1,000,000 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2010 2011 2012 +6% +2%
Financial responsibility “We aim to strike a balance between our economic goals and society’s requirements by putting our experience and global presence to good use to help people and the environment” Net asset base (operating assets-operating liabilities) increased by €1,122m to €15,478m in 2012 due, in part, to the Group’s investments in software and IT systems and the purchase of freight aircraft as well as replacement and expansion investments in warehouses, sorting systems and vehicle fleet. A 42. 2% increase in net working capital was mainly attributable to the decline in liabilities and other items. Revenue per employee grew by 4% YOY.
Employee value creation Revenue per employee +15% 140,000 120,000 100,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 -12% +2% +4% Social responsibility “Bundled under the motto “Living Responsibility”, our efforts focus on three areas: environmental protection (GoGreen), disaster management (GoHelp) and championing education (GoTeach)” Deutsche Post DHL aims to actively promote the diversity of its workforce and attract a wide range of applicants. Measures to improve work-life balance available to employees in Germany include support services such as back-up childcare facilities for last-minute and emergency childcare.
In 2011 more than 75% of trainees were offered continued employment. The number of trainees has increased by 31% since 2008. Trainee headcount Trainees 5,000 4,500 4,000 3,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 Source: Deutsche Post DHL annual reports 2008-2012, Deutsche Post DHL corporate social responsibility reports 2010-2011, IPC analysis 14 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Acquisitions & divestments 2009- Acquisitions Year 2012 Company LuftfrachtsicherheitService GmbH Exel Saudia LLC All you need GmbH 2SFG Tag Belgium SA CC DE Sector Logistics Divestments
Year 2012 Company Deutsche Postbank Group (remaining shares) DHL Express Canada Exel Transportation Services Inc. Exel Transportation Services Inc. Innogistics LLC Exel Delamode Logistics SRL Fulfilment Plus GmbH 4C Associates Ltd. DHL Container Logistics UK Ltd. Global Mail Services SAS Deutsche Postbank Group CC DE Sector Regional Focus: Acquisitions 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Region 4 3 3 3 Bank Germany US Rest of world 2012 2012 2012 2012 SA DE UK BE Logistics 2011 Mail Logistics Logistics 2011 CA Logistics CA Parcels Europe Business focus: Acquisitions US Logistics 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 2011 2012 2011 2011 2011 intelliAd Media GmbH Adcloud GmbH Eurodifarm srl. Standard Forwarding llc Tag EquityCo Limited LifeConEx llc Post Logistics Australasia Polar Air Cargo Worldwide, Inc. DE DE IT US Information Information Logistics Logistics 2010 2010 US RO Logistics Logistics Area 1 10 2 Mail Information Financial services Other 2010 2009 2009 DE UK UK Warehouse Consulting Parcels & Express Logistics 2011 KY Logistics Effect on cash flow (€m) Shipping 100 2011 2011 US AU Logistics Logistics 2009 FR Mail 50 0 -50 -100 2010 Acquisitions 2011 Divestments 2012 009 US Logistics 2009 DE Bank Source: Deutsche Post DHL annual reports 2009-2012, IPC analysis Note: CC (country code) 15 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Product launches Innovations in parcels, freight forwarding and e-document management DHL Easy Return Product category Parcel return Description DHL Easy Return is a new parcel product introduced in September 2012 by DHL Global Mail, the DHL unit responsible for international mail and B2C parcels. Features includes software to create return labels via a web portal and Track & Trace functionalities.
Retailers can now manage return volumes from almost all EU countries via a standardized process. Target group Retailers Read more Door-to-more Product category Freight forwarding Description In June 2012, DHL Global Forwarding, Freight, the air and sea freight specialist within Deutsche Post DHL, launched an intercontinental door-to-door distribution service from Asia-Pacific to Europe. Door-ToMore combines DHL’s intercontinental air freight transportation capabilities with its European ground distribution network. Target group Suppliers Read more DHL Packstation mTAN
Product category Parcel collection / security Description DHL Paket Deutschland introduced the mobile Transaction Number (mTAN) In October 2012 at all of its 2,500 parcel machines across Germany. The mTAN will allow users to pick up their items using a temporary code sent directly to their mobile, replacing the existing PIN code. Target group Parcel customers Read more DocWallet Product category E-document management Description Tablets and smartphones have become a fixture of modern life, being used more and more by people in their jobs. But until now, integrating mobile devices into a company’s IT system has posed a security challenge.
The DocWallet app is Deutsche Post’s solution to this problem. Target group Business users Read more Source: www. dp-dhl. com Note: Where no English language webpage exists, hyperlinks above link to external translation. 16 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Key press releases 2012- 2013 Quarter 2 • Manages vending machines in Switzerland Quarter 1 • Improves flexibility for road freight services through mobile solution • GoGreen carbon neutral feature added to DHL Express Envelope shipping option • Improves carbon footprint with new multimodal service 012 Quarter 4 • Deutsche Post and ADAC reviewing possible entry into German long-distance bus market • DocWallet – The secure documents manager for the iPad • First mechanized delivery site now running • Issues three bonds worth a total of EUR 2. 0 billion • Current level of globalisation still lower than precrisis peak • Switches to Fitch Ratings • Simplified authorization and more security for DHL Packstation
Quarter 3 • Razorfish to develop digital strategy • Postal rates for 2013 approved • Opens Energy Center in Houston, Texas • Express unit announces annual general price increase for 2013 • Launches European return service for online retailers • Proposes rate increase for letters for 2013 • DHL now delivering parcels to customer’s outlet of choice in Germany • 400 million euros invested in letter mail network • DHL marks the start of a unique City Logistics project in China • Acquires online marketing specialist intelliAd • Launches MyDHL to enhance customer experience • DHL Vision Suite opened up at DHL Innovation Center • Completes Postbank transaction • Angela Titzrath to become Deutsche Post DHL’s Board Member for Personnel • State aid ruling of European Commission will not affect net profit Source: www. dp-dhl. com 17 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Key press releases 20112011 Quarter 4 • Pay online with giropay – now available at DHL Checkout • EU Commission praises SEPA migration in Germany • Appoints new COO for DHL Global Forwarding • Appoints new CEO for DHL Freight • International award for Sustainability Report • Cooperation with IBM on E-Postbrief • Appoints new CCO for DHL 012 Quarter 2 • Introduces new recall solution for the automotive industry • Introduces new multi-modal solution from Asia to Europe • German financial authorities decide on VAT payment • Federal government demand for repayment of state aid set at EUR298 million • European letter price survey for 2012: Standard letter in Germany still inexpensive compared to 29 other countries • Corporate Responsibility Report 2011: improves CO2 efficiency index by two index points Quarter 1 • DHL Vision Suite opened up at DHL Innovation Center • Completes Postbank transaction • Angela Titzrath to become Deutsche Post DHL’s Board Member for Personnel • State aid ruling of European Commission will not affect net profit Quarter 2 • DHL expands service for the pharmaceutical sector • European letter price survey for 2011 • Roger Crook follows Hermann Ude as Board Member for DHL Global Forwarding, Freight • DHL wins EUR 10. 6 million deal with KPMG and expands Singapore Aerospace Hub Quarter 1 • European Enterprise Award for Deutsche Post DHL • DHL Express with quality certification for all European and U. S. facilities • Dedication to global data protection is a success
Quarter 3 • DHL acquires 100 per cent ownership of LifeConEx • Extends board member mandate of CFO Rosen for another five years • E-Postbrief to become part of Europe’s largest corporate network • Williams Lea acquires the world’s largest independent marketing execution and production agency, Tag • DHL provides CO2-neutral transport for all private customer parcels throughout Germany Source: www. dp-dhl. com 18 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL Outlook & targets 2012- Outlook Strategic targets Deutsche Post DHL expects consolidated EBIT to reach between €2. 72. 95bn in financial year 2013, assuming the world economy and trade grows by approximately 3% and the economy picks up momentum as the year progresses The mail division is expected to contribute between €1. 1-1. 2bn to consolidated EBIT. Compared with the previous year, an additional improvement in overall earnings to between €2-2. 15bn in the DHL divisions is forecast
Under the direction of new Board Member for Human Resources, Angela Titzrath, the Group will aim to develop a global HR management system under the “One HR” programme The Group aims to maintain and improve its presence and growth potential in the emerging Economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China and Mexico (BRIC + M). The Group’s Board of Management receives regular updates on business performance in these countries In 2013 the Group plans to invest a maximum of €1. 8bn. In the coming years, the figure is expected to fall back to a normal level. The focus will continue to be on IT, machinery, transport equipment and aircraft. Crossdivisional capital expenditure is expected to decrease slightly in 2013.
Investments will again be centred on our vehicle fleet and IT Finance: Group strategy calls for paying out 40 to 60% of net profits as dividends as a general rule. At the AGM on 29 May 2013, a €0. 70 dividend per share proposal for financial year 2012 will be put to shareholders On 6 September 2012, KfW sold 60 million Deutsche Post shares. This was the first placement since 2006 and it reduced KfW’s stake to 25. 5%; free float increased to 74. 5% The German Federal Network Agency approved Deutsche Post’s request for an adjustment in postage rates for 2013. The price for a standard domestic letter weighing up to 20g rose from €0. 55 to €0. 58 on 1 January 2013 Source: www. dp-dhl. com, Deutsche Post DHL annual report 2012 19 IPC Carrier Intelligence Report – Deutsche Post DHL
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