DHL Express said it will reduce its workforce in the US by 600 employees, part of an ongoing effort by the German delivery giant to cut costs in its money-losing US business. The reduction will be achieved through layoffs, attrition and the suspension of some existing open positions. "This action is one of several measures we are taking to improve our competitive position in the US market, which is strategic to our global growth plan," DHL Express USA CEO Hans Hickler said. "These changes ...

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