Members of Congress from Ohio are questioning whether express shipper DHL is providing all the money it promised to help offset the economic devastation anticipated from the planned shutdown of its U.S. freight hub in Wilmington and loss of at least 8,000 jobs.
"We understand that DHL has yet to begin providing substantial amounts of the resources committed to assist the Wilmington area and its workers," U.S. Sens. George Voinovich and Sherrod Brown, and U.S. Rep. Mike Turner, wrote in the co-signed letter. "Consequently, we are concerned that DHL may fail to provide all of the pledged assistance."
To read the rest of this article, please click the source link above.