World-leading logistics company, DHL has secured a six-year contract as the Australian logistics partner of Japanese company Brother International.
Brother is a global producer of innovative products for the print, imaging, labelling and sewing markets.
Valid through July 2019, the new contract continues the working relationship between the two companies, which began in 2009. The contract will see DHL Supply Chain continue to facilitate the warehousing and distribution model for Brother International in Australia.
Les Logue, General Manager Consumer and Technology, DHL Supply Chain comments that the second term contract will see the two companies jointly build further on the successful partnership through flexibility and innovation.
DHL won the BIA contract thanks to its proven track record of operational performance and continuous improvement initiatives that have successfully increased productivity and warehouse utilisation since 2009.
Announcing the continuation of their 3PL partnership with DHL, Tom Frair, Director, Brother International Australia observes that DHL has effectively become the face of Brother by striving to perfectly satisfy every one of Brother customers’ unique supply chain requirements, and working in seamless conjunction with their business partners.