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Wiesbaden, Germany - January 10, 2014: A female postal worker of Deutsche Post delivers letters in the city center of Wiesbaden. Deutsche Post AG, also known as Deutsche Post DHL, is one of the world's largest logistics group. The group has 470,000 employees in more than 200 countries worldwide. It is headquartered in Bonn, Germany. The corporation is the successor of German mail authority Deutsche Bundespost. In the background some passersby

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Upload date:September 23, 2015
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