DHL Supply Chain, the principal logistics partner for Aston Martin, has been appointed to manage the full in-bound supply chain at St Athan, the company’s new manufacturing facility in South Wales. In addition, DHL’s contract with the iconic British manufacturer has been extended to the end of 2027 following a successful two-year implementation. Originally appointed for a five-year term in August 2017, DHL currently manages the inbound transportation, inventory management, warehousing and in-plant logistics to support the brand’s production facility […]
3) Perry Watts, DHL Supply Chain UK MD DHL Supply Chain is the majority chunk of the DHL empire in the UK, accounting for £3.8bn of its £4.5bn turnover in 2012 (the remainder being its Express and Mail businesses) and Watts is at the top of the tree.
Paul Dyer (pictured) will become chief executive of DHL Supply Chain UK and Ireland on 1 January 2017, with Perry Watts retiring from the role after eight years.
4) Perry Watts Title: CEO, DHL Supply Chain UK and Ireland With a turnover of pretty much £4.3bn in 2014 DHL Supply Chain is the biggest beast in logistics in the UK by some considerable distance (and is bigger than Wincanton, XPO Logistics and Kuehne + Nagel in the UK combined).