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DHL signs producer responsibility partnership

Logistics specialist DHL Supply Chain has signed a partnership with environmental compliance firm Landbell Group.

The deal is intended to enable customers to access supply chain management and producer responsibility compliance from a single provider.

For its part, DHL will offer supply chain expertise and resource management through its EnviroSolutions service, which includes collecting and recycling waste streams.

As a shareholder in the European Recycling Platform, Landbell Group will leverage its expertise in international producer responsibility compliance for electrical and electronic equipment, batteries, PV modules and packaging.

As part of the agreement, DHL will divest its data and regulatory compliance services to Landbell.

Paul Richardson (pictured), DHL Supply Chain managing director of specialist services, said: “Our partnership with Landbell delivers a fantastic new solution for our customers, revolutionising how businesses access waste management and compliance services.”

Landbell Group chief executive Jan Patrick Schulz said: “Supply chain and resource management can prove a complex challenge for businesses. This is why we are confident that our partnership with DHL will be of huge benefit to our customers.

”By pooling our expertise, we will lower market entry barriers by offering customers a ‘one-stop-shop’ solution for all of their environmental, supply chain and compliance needs.”

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