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DHL expands its Day Definite service to Eastern Europe

DHL has announced the expansion of its Europlus Day Definite delivery service to Romania, Bulgaria, Russia and Turkey. The expansion of the Europlus service reflects the company's increasing provision of services to Eastern Europe. The new service expansion brings the total number of European destinations serviced by DHL Europlus to 34 countries and territories.

The Europlus service aims to facilitate increasing business links between Western and Eastern Europe and by providing a highly standardised delivery solution for regular shipments, the service extension allows DHL to compete directly against companies already operating in the region. An extension to Greece is planned to follow.

Angus Whiteman, Product Director at DHL Express, said: "Customer feedback has told us there is a real need for one supplier that can offer a complete delivery solution to Eastern Europe and we are delighted to be able to respond to that need. DHL Express is always looking for new opportunities to grow the business and the expansion into Eastern Europe represents an exciting challenge for us."

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