Living corporate responsibility
With approximately 500,000 employees in over 220 countries and territories worldwide and revenues of more than 59 billion Euros in 2015, Deutsche Post DHL Group is the world's leading mail and logistics company. A vital part of that position of leadership is our commitment to economic, social and ecologic sustainability across the Group. For us, corporate responsibility is of utmost importance to our economic success and an integral part of our strategy.
As the world's leading transport and logistics company, Deutsche Post DHL Group connects people and improves their lives. But what does this purpose mean for our everyday lives and to what extend is it relevant to our stakeholders? To showcase our company purpose, we have developed the Impact Wheel – a circular infographic depicting the Deutsche Post DHL Group wheel that turns with a vast range of socially significant products and services serving as its spokes. Every time the wheel turns, it not only supports our Strategy 2020 goals, but also highlights how our core business activities – especially in the area of environment, health and logistics infrastructure – deliver on behalf of sustainable development worldwide.
Using our core competencies for the greater good: Corporate Citizenship & Shared Vaue (environmental protection).
Here you can find out which departments at the Group carry out which CR tasks.
The CR Report serves our Communication on Progress (COP) on our commitment to the ten principles of the UN Global Compact (UNGC).
Partnerships with and memberships in national and international organizations are of strategic importance for our company.
Our CR activities have received enormous recognition from customers, environmental and social organizations around the world.
Corporate governance refers to a specific country’s understanding of responsible company management.
As a German stock corporation, Deutsche Post has a dual management and supervisory structure.