Reuters  Jun 26  Comment 
* Awarded a contract from Lufthansa Bombardier Aviation Services (LBAS) to transport mission-critical aircraft parts in Germany
Financial Times  Jun 20  Comment 
Group says rival TNT is threatening its ability to provide a universal service and meet its financial obligations and might ‘cherry-pick’ lucrative services
Forbes  Jun 17  Comment 
Despite whatever flaws it may have been suffering from in the first three seasons, the one thing that always kept TNT’s post-apocalyptic, alien invasion drama, Falling Skies, entertaining was the heavy guiding hand of executive producer Steven...
Automotive World  Jun 9  Comment 
Erik Van Duin, Manager Fleet & Subcontracting Beneluxm, TNT, has been confirmed as a speaker at Automotive World Megatrends Europe 14, taking place on September 10-11, 2014. Erik van Duin, Manager Fleet & Subcontracting Benelux at TNT Express...  May 22  Comment 
Moya Greene's worry that TNT's 'cherry-picking' could jeopardise universal delivery service is a legitimate one Moya Greene, the chief executive of Royal Mail, still isn't happy. She's got her privatisation, she's got her freedom to set the price...  May 22  Comment 
Company says TNT's expansion plans as well regulators pose threat as it announces first annual results since flotation Royal Mail's shares plunged after it warned it faced intense competition at its parcels business and that proposed expansion by...
TechCrunch  May 20  Comment 
 After a gallant effort to avoid the deadpool after its investor, Russian TV channel TNT, withdrew funding a few weeks ago, mobile-first UK music streaming startup will shutter in the next few days — with its remaining assets being...
New York Times  May 19  Comment 
Examples of the trend include “CSI: Cyber,” “Madam Secretary” and “Scorpion” on CBS; “Allegiance,” “Odyssey” and “State of Affairs” on NBC; and a potential series on TNT, “President X.”


TNT N.V. (TNT) is engaged in the business of transferring goods and documents globally tailored to its customer requirements with a focus on pick up and delivery. TNT picks up, transports, sorts, handles, stores and delivers documents, packets, parcels, and freight by combining physical infrastructures, such as depots and trucks, electronic infrastructures, such as billing and track-and-trace systems, and commercial infrastructures for customers. The Company manages its business through two divisions: Express and Mail, and through the business entity Other Networks. The Express division provides door-to-door express delivery services for customers sending documents, parcels and freight worldwide. The Mail division provides services for collecting, sorting, transporting and distributing domestic and international mail. The Other Networks performs special services that require deliveries during the night to individually agreed delivery points.


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