Leaders writing to stop DHL deal

Chillicothe Gazette

WILMINGTON (AP) - Republican and Democratic members of Ohio's congressional delegation are dashing off letters together in hopes of preventing a deal threatening 8,000 southwest Ohio jobs.

Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown says the group is contacting everyone who might help stop a proposed arrangement between DHL and United Parcel Service. German-owned DHL wants air shipping of its packages to be handled by UPS, replacing the current DHL shipping hub in Wilmington.

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