The Deutsche Post DHL Group has turned into an extensive, overall organization in around two decades. Coming up next are huge dates in the advancement into its current form.[11]

2 January 1995: Deutsche Bundespost Postdienst progresses toward becoming Deutsche Post AG; this is the organization's privatization. The legislature of Germany still possesses an extensive offer of the organization; the state improvement bank KfW claims 50 percent.

1998: Deutsche Post starts getting shares in DHL International. 

1999: Deutsche Post World Net secures the Dutch dispersion organization Van Gend and Loos from Nedlloyd and in 2000 the Swiss circulation organization Danzas.

20 November 2000: Deutsche Post AG turns into a completely privately owned business, with another Board of Directors, in an IPO recorded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The administration of Germany offers 33% of its offers and KfW bank offers a portion of its shares.[12]

December 2002: Deutsche Post AG secures the rest of …
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Deutsche Post AG

Deutsche Post-Logo

Posttower Bonn 001.jpg

The Deutsche Post Tower in Bonn



Exchanged asFWB: DPW

IndustryPostal administrations, dispatch

Founded1995; 23 years prior

HeadquartersPost Tower, Bonn, Germany

Territory served

Around the world

Key individuals

Wulf von Schimmelmann (Chairman of the supervisory board), Frank Appel (CEO), Melanie Kreis (CFO)

ServicesLetter post, allocate, EMS, conveyance, cargo sending, outsider coordinations

Revenue€60.444 billion (2017)[1]

Working salary

€2.965 billion (2014)[2]

Net salary

€2.016 billion (2014)[2]

Add up to assets€38.672 billion (2017)[1]

Add up to equity€12.637 billion (2017)[1]

OwnerFree Float (79%)

KfW ba…