BERLIN, Aug 8 (Reuters) – Deutsche Post DHL saw
no element impact from a cyber conflict in Ukraine during a end
of June, though is saying increasing volumes this entertain as rivals
cope with a after-effects, a group’s arch financial officer
said on Tuesday.
“We were influenced to a really tiny border for a really short
time, though we got it underneath control quickly,” Melanie Kreis told
journalists after a organisation reported second-quarter results.
Deutsche Post DHL pronounced on Jun 27 that systems of its
express multiplication in Ukraine had been influenced by a Notpetya
The conflict slowed deliveries during opposition FedEx’s TNT
Express unit, that has pronounced it is awaiting a “material” effect
on a full-year numbers as a result.
“We are saying volume increases in Europe in a third
quarter, substantially since rivals were some-more influenced than we
were,” Kreis said.
(Reporting by Victoria Bryan; Editing by Maria Sheahan)