December 20, 2014 2:16 AM ET

Air Freight and Logistics

Company Overview of EXEL Limited

Company Overview

EXEL Limited offers contract logistics and freight management services. The company services include e-commerce fulfillment, home delivery, manufacturing and retailer inbound, freight management, design, transportation, and warehousing and distribution services. The company also provides environmental services. It serves automotive, chemical, consumer, healthcare, industrial, retail, and technology sectors. The company was founded in 1865 and is headquartered in Bracknell, United Kingdom. As of December 13, 2005, EXEL Limited operates as a subsidiary of Deutsche Post AG.

Ocean House

The Ring

Bracknell,  RG12 1AN

United Kingdom

Founded in 1865

111,300 Employees

Phone:

44 13 4430 2000

Fax:

44 13 4471 0031

Key Executives for EXEL Limited

Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Age: 66
Chief Executive Officer of Contract Logistics and Freight Management Business in Africa
Chief Executive of Asia Pacific Operations
Chief Executive Officer of DHL Exel Supply Chain Americas
Strategy Director and Acting President for Healthcare and EMEA
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

EXEL Limited Key Developments

Airports Company South Africa Slaps BP Southern Africa, Chevron, Engen, Exel, Shell SA and Total SA with ZAR 15 Million Lawsuit

Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) has demanded ZAR 15 million in a lawsuit slapped on six petrochemical giants for the embarrassing three-day fuel shortage that threatened to ground carriers flying from OR Tambo International Airport two years ago. According to documents filed at the South Gauteng High Court by the government-owned airport management services and logistics firm, BP Southern Africa, Chevron, Engen, Exel (now held by Sasol), Shell SA and Total SA have been asked to pay Acsa ZAR 15 million plus 15.5% annual interest. Acsa says it inked a five-year deal with the six firms in April 2011 to receive, store, supply, distribute and convey aviation fuel at a bulk fuel location at the OR Tambo International Airport. But, the busiest airport in Africa witnessed shortages for three days from November 16 to 18, 2012. The situation was so bad that some of the airport's providers had to transport fuel from Durban by rail and through pipeline. Acsa was told on 15th November that year of the impending shortages of usable jet fuel. The six firms have been asked to pay Acsa ZAR 5 million for each day there is a shortage and the total volume of usable fuel must not be less than three times the daily average, in terms of the deal.

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