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For your information, you can find below the description of the video DHL Customers Expect Extended Delays Due to Red Sea Attacks published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
Oscar de Bok, DHL Supply Chain CEO, says his company is helping customers find alternative ways to get goods to market. He says some trips are taking 10 days longer because ships are avoiding the Red Sea and attacks by Houthis. He says customers expect these delays to continue and speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
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