TNT Boeing 777F. By Rob Finlayson TNT is considering cutting its headcount and selling some of its long-haul fleet after the European Commission blocked its planned tie-up with United Parcel Service (UPS). Speaking at the release of the company’s full-year results, interim CEO Bernard Bot said TNT Express is now “looking firmly at a standalone future.” However, he added that “trading conditions remain difficult” and TNT Express now needs to press ahead ...

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