1. Hamburg, Jan 14, 2010 | Hermes Fulfilment GmbH

    Hermes Fulfilment Undertakes Webshop for Seidensticker

    Hermes Fulfilment continues to build on its third-party business. Following the successful acquisition of new clients Tom Tailor and Wolford, the Hamburg-based fulfilment provider has now acquired yet another renowned business partner within a few months - Seidensticker. For the world-famous shirt-maker with the black rose, the Otto Group subsidiary has undertaken all back-office processes for its webshop.
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  2. Hamburg, Jan 13, 2010 | Hermes Europe GmbH

    Hermes: Single Source Solutions on the British Parcel Market

    Hermes continues to build on its international business and particularly spotlights the provision of one-stop services in its cross-border shipments between Germany and the UK. While the competition may be back-pedalling somewhat from the British domestic parcel business, the Hamburg-based logistics provider and its sister company, Hermes UK, are forging ahead to provide efficient a reliable parcel deliveries to the private doorstep.
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  3. Hamburg, Jan 8, 2010 | Hermes Logistik Gruppe Deutschland GmbH

    Despite the Wintry Conditions, Hermes Chalks Up Another Record in its Christmas Operations

    Despite the pre-Christmas snow chaos and kilometre-long tailbacks on Germany’s roads, Hermes kept its Christmas delivery promise in a record 99.3 percent of deliveries, while shipping 20 percent more parcels than the previous year.
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  4. Hamburg, Dec 10, 2008 | Hermes Logistik Gruppe Deutschland GmbH

    Hermes and DPD explore options for closer collaboration

    The Hermes Logistik Gruppe (HLG) and DPD are currently examining ways of intensifying their previously intermittent alliance. At present, the two companies are looking into ways of providing common services and into leveraging synergies arising from the cooperative exploitation of the available infrastructure and transport capacities.
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  5. Hamburg, Sep 24, 2008 | Hermes Logistik Gruppe Deutschland GmbH

    Hermes Logistik Gruppe extends its executive board

    The Hermes Logistik Gruppe (HLG) will be extending its executive board with effect from 1 March 2009. The new senior manager with responsibility for finance, IT, HR security and facilities will be Dr. Philip Nölling (42), who will be joining Hermes from within the Otto Group. In his current position as financial vice president, he is centrally responsible for the finances of the worldwide-operating Otto Group.
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  6. Hamburg, Sep 23, 2008 | Hermes Germany GmbH (SCS)

    Hermes Transport Logistics with a new brand from 2009

    In the course of 2009, the transport logistics division of the Hermes Logistik Gruppe (HLG) will be unveiled on the market under the name of Hermes Transport Logistics to take up the competition for new customers on the European market. Besides the swap bodies the company has deployed to date, up to 2,500 trailers will also be used for international FTL transport. The integration of Otto International Logistics into the company enables it to add sea and freight to its FTL business in 2009.
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  7. Hamburg, Jun 22, 2008 | Hermes Logistik Gruppe Deutschland GmbH

    Hermes Logistik Gruppe with a new executive board

    Hermes CEO Hanjo Schneider has been appointed to the executive board of the Otto Group with responsibility for Services from 1 February 2009. As a result, there will be changes at the top at the Hermes Logistik Gruppe (HLG). In addition to his board activities, from 1 July 2008 Hanjo Schneider will also be responsible for developing a European consortium within the HLG. New chairman of the HLG executive board will be Harmut Ilek. The transport logistics unit headed by Frank Rausch will be positioned on the international market as an independent company.
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  8. Hamburg, Feb 28, 2008 | Hermes Logistik Gruppe Deutschland GmbH

    ParcelShop study shows Hermes cares for cleaner air

    In a to-date unique project, the Hermes Logistik Gruppe analysed the environmental compatibility of its logistics services across Germany. The ParcelShop study shows that through the continual expansion of the now 13,500 acceptance points in the Hermes ParcelShop network, car miles and the related emissions of damaging carbon-dioxide have been reduced. As this externally verified study showed, carbon-dioxide emissions per parcel dropped significantly between August 2006 and August 2007. In total, the company cut carbon-dioxide emissions by 5,700 tonnes.
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