DHL kicked off its Rugby World Cup build up yesterday, at an event held at East Midlands Airport, which featured a line-up of former Union internationals and the Webb Ellis Cup itself. The operator has been named as the official logistics partner for the competition, which will take place in England and Wales in 2015, and flew the cup in from New Zealand, the current holders, via one of its cargo planes. Speaking to Motortransport.co.uk, Phil Couchman, CEO of DHL […]
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