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  1. Introduction
  2. Presentation of the TNT Group
  3. TNT: consolidation and development
  4. TNT: The Company and its environment
  5. TNT strategy: quality of supply and conquest of markets
  6. Financial Analysis of the TNT Group
  7. Sustainable development in the service of TNT
  8. Conclusion

For many years, TNT has been communicating actively about social values and its social commitments, and neglecting to talk about its trade and transportation. Thus, the group seems to incorporate the concept of sustainable development in its business fundamentals. However, is this just a desire to ride the wave of sustainable development, or a real willingness to be a successful entity?

Noting that communication was exaggerated, we chose this company to decide whether the policies of the group in terms of sustainable development were consistent with the facts. We decided to base our thinking on the strategy of the group in a social, environmental, and economic perspective.

To assist in reading and understanding this paper, it's divided into three parts, ranging from general to more specific. Thus, at first, we briefly describe the group, its history and its place in terms of transportation, then consider its strategy and its financial situation, and finally analyze its strategy and sustainable development.

TNT provides businesses and consumers a wide range of services in two separate operations. First, the company offers its services in the areas of mail through its company TNT Post. The group also offers its services in the field of express delivery of parcels and documents via TNT Express. Through these two activities, TNT is present in over 200 countries and employs161,500 people.

The group has been publicly trading since 1962.
In 2007, the Group achieved a turnover of 11 billion euros and an operating profit of1,192 million Euros.
Aware of its social responsibility, TNT has always wanted to respect the values of society. Thus, the group is a partner of the World Food Programme (WFP) and United Nations Environment, which help fight against hunger and pollution in the world.

[...] So at first we briefly describe the group, its history and its place in terms of transport, and then study its strategy and its financial position, and finally analyze a particular strategy group, and sustainable development. Presentation of the TNT Group TNT, overview TNT provides businesses and individuals a wide range of services in two separate activities. First, the company offers its services in the areas of mail through its TNT Post. The group also offers its services in the field of express delivery of parcels and documents via TNT Express. [...]


[...] The market With 26% market share, it is also the market leader in Europe, followed by DHL UPS and La Poste TNT Express shares this market estimated in 2006 to 21 billion euros in Europe, with two types of competitors: - On one side three other integrators worldwide: UPS, DHL and FedEx - The other national companies, with public distribution Focus on: Finance, support growth Among the key elements of the financial strategy of TNT, two words are to be remembered: - Flexibility to allow the growth of the company on its investment in new markets or mergers and acquisitions: case in the history of its development - Business performance assessed by an assessment outcome policy To do this, TNT has developed a policy of risk management by giving primary importance to the implementation of internal control processes and costs of hedging instruments. [...]


[...] By the importance given to sustainable development, the group TNT takes a step ahead of its competitors, and is strongly positioned with its customers as a responsible and reliable source and does everything in place to work to the satisfaction of all stakeholders. The FCS in the sector are the competitive advantages of the group. When TNT incorporates a new market it is to become the leader: when it develops new services to perform. Following this logic we can think that TNT will solve its financial problems by being responsive and. [...]

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