|DHL, the world’s leading logistics provider, has launched its new brand campaign with the tagline “The Power of Global Trade”. The campaign’s guiding theme is the deep connection between trade and logistics and the impact it has in improving people’s lives. The concept comprises print ads, advertisements in online and Out-of-Home media, as well as TV spots and social media measures. With the support of the Group-wide internal brand campaign “Connecting people. Improving lives”, this new emotional positioning of the DHL brand has become a truly integrated 360-degree approach, emphasised a company statement.
The new campaign underscores the influence of global trade on people’s well-being and the important role DHL plays within this area. “We want to emotionalise the brand DHL more strongly to differentiate us from our competitors,” explains Mr Christof Ehrhart, Executive Vice-President Corporate Communications and Responsibility at Deutsche Post DHL Group. “Global trade is the engine that drives economic growth as well as individual prosperity across all continents on the planet. The campaign shows DHL as a responsible logistics provider which connects people and improves their lives. By telling the story that global trade makes the world a better place, we build a strong and optimistic platform for the value logistics brings to society.”
The creation includes two emotional TV spots, in which DHL and global trade are showcased as enablers of education in Africa and medical care in South America. Additionally, a short film featuring DHL employees from Namibia and Chile is available online. The integrated campaign also includes online advertising, print ads in selected business publications and Out-of-Home advertising.
It is a two-fold media strategy: TV spots and print ads will run on media with pan-global reach as well as on national level in six defined core markets, including China, Germany, India, Mexico, the UK and the US.
The campaign also has the support of Deutsche Post DHL Group CEO, Mr Frank Appel. In collaboration with the English-language broadcast channel “Deutsche Welle”, he participates in a talk show about “Opportunities and Risks of Global Trade”. Further activities with a similar scope are planned for the remainder of the year, the statement pointed out.
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