Control and efficiency are the essence of your order fulfillment and warehouse operations. Achieving them means bridging the gap between what you have and what your customers need. It requires the ideal flow of information and product.

We give you this control — and the benefits that go along with it. Such as decreased investment in fixed assets, consistency across your operations, and the ability to respond more quickly to changes in demand. We understand the metrics used to gauge industry and manufacturing efficiency, and design your system to achieve them.

We can help you determine how many warehouses you need, where they should be located, and how they should be laid out. We can help you find or add new facilities, or you can use or share the ones we already have. And we've got ideas that can help you manage inventory more efficiently and cost-effectively.

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DHL Supply Chain Warehousing and Order Fulfillment Services

  • Regional and national distribution centers
  • Dedicated and shared-user facilities
  • WMS options
  • Aftermarket parts
  • Labor management
DHL Supply Chain Warehousing and Order Fulfillment Services
  • Consolidation and deconsolidation centers
  • Automation and sortation

How We Work

Case Study: Continuous improvement drives energy-saving effort at Goodyear

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company has long considered conservation a key to sustaining its world operations. So, when an DHL Supply Chain-initiated lighting analysis at one of Goodyear's facilities revealed a startling opportunity to conserve electricity and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the team seized the opportunity. DHL Supply Chain drove the project from inception to implementation. In the end, it ultimately surpassed expectations and projected savings.

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Case Study: DHL Supply Chain's expertise in supplier park operations helps Ford's newest plant in Brazil generate higher sales volume and profits

Ford Motor Company’s latest success in Brazil is a model for global expansion. The company determined it could cut costs and increase sales by offering a new line of economy cars designed for, and built in, the local market. To support the initiative, DHL Supply Chain helped Ford consolidate its existing assembly operations, move into a new facility, and establish new supply chain operations. The result was a leaner, more flexible operation that helped Ford double its market share in Brazil.

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