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trans-o-flex supports relief efforts in Haiti by delivering more than 20,000 CDs free of charge

Charity campaign by the long-standing customer Sony Music: Mariah Carey, Robbie Williams and other pop and rock stars have teamed up to re-record "Everybody Hurts" and raise money for earthquake victims

(lifePR) (Weinheim, ) Since February this year, trans-o-flex Schnell- Lieferdienst delivered more than 20,000 CDs free of charge, the proceeds from which will be donated to support the relief efforts in Haiti after the earthquake that hit the Caribbean state on 12th January. In order to help the victims, some of the biggest names in the music business have teamed up to re-record "Everybody Hurts", a balled that was originally released in 1993. Among the featuring artists are Mariah Carey, Jon Bon Jovi, Robbie Williams, Kylie Minogue, Rod Stewart, Leona Lewis, Alexandra Burke, Miley Cyrus, Take That, Joe McElderry, Cheryl Cole, JLS, Mika, Michael Bublé, James Blunt, James Morrison, Susan Boyle and Westlife. The charity single, which has been in the German Top 100 charts for several weeks and peaked at #16, is distributed by trans-o-flex's long-standing customer Sony Music. "We are very happy that trans-o-flex has waived the charges for the delivery of the Haiti CD", says Hermann Maier, Senior Director Distribution of Sony Music. "In this way, the proceeds from the CD can be fully used to help the country and its people".

trans-o-flex Express GmbH

Europe. In Germany, via its express delivery service, it offers a full-coverage network for efficient and safe transport of parcels and pallets (combi-freight). Apart from its nationwide 24-hour deliveries (usual transit time) with numerous Express and added-value options such as hazardous material transport, trans-o-flex has developed the Eurodis network which provides delivery services in European countries, making trans-o-flex one of the leading combi-freight service providers in Europe. trans-o-flex implements tailor-made logistics concepts and has developed numerous solutions for specific sectors, for instance for the pharmaceutical and consumer electronics / home entertainment industries. The trans-o-flex network is also able to transport hazardous goods in large quantities. Annual sales of the group, which has 1,125 employees in Germany, amounted to € 500 million in 2009. Since June 2008 the Austrian Post (ÖPAG) has been sole shareholder in trans-o-flex. More detailed information at: