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Investing millions in a digital future: DB Schenker acquires equity interest in global internet marketplace uShip

DB Schenker is investing millions to strengthen its strategic collaboration with the US-based online shipping marketplace uShip and press ahead with the digital transformation of its business model. Following a capital increase, the global logistics company is investing USD 25 million (roughly EUR 24 million) in the online platform for freight forwarding and transport services. […]

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DB Schenker Sponsors JOC’s TPM 2017

Attendees come to JOC’s TPM to join the 2,000+ attendees to find new customers, nurture existing relationships and more. Hear the latest market forecasts, analysis, expert opinion and more concerning container shipping, freight rates, labor issues and more. If you want to meet with shippers, carriers, port officials, 3PLs, freight forwarders, government officials, and more, […]

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Shipping Flowers this Valentine’s Day? Here’s How to Prep Your Shipment for CBP Inspections

Whether they’re sending roses, chrysanthemums, tulips, or mixed bouquets, the millions of Americans who will shower their loved ones and sweethearts with flowers on Valentine’s Day want to know that those beautiful arrangements are free of bugs and pests. To make this goal a reality, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), will literally inspect every […]

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Retail Supply Chain Conference 2017

Discover the 2017 Retail Supply Chain Conference. Catch up on the latest of what leading retailers are in transportation, distribution, international logistics & sourcing, supply chain planning, omnichannel, and much more. With decades of success, RILA’s Retail Supply Chain Conference reaches across all components of retail supply chain, connects the industry, and enables evolution and innovation. […]

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Three Things You Need to Know about Importing Chocolate

When you give someone chocolates for Valentine’s Day, you want those sweets to melt their hearts. What you don’t want is for those chocolates to melt out on the dock while U.S. Customs & Border Control and/or the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) decide whether to let them into the country or not. Valentine’s […]

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“We want to be pioneers”

Crisis hotspots in the Middle East and in Africa, terror attacks at the airport in Brussels and over the Sinai – all this has forced the issue of airfreight security into the spotlight. Lothar Möhle, Director of Aviation Security at DB Schenker, highlights the key issues. Mr. Möhle, what is the current situation regarding air […]

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DB Schenker and MAN Platooning project: First transports in networked trucks

DB Schenker and MAN set up a partnership for the use of high-tech trucks on the A9 motorway Parties sign Memorandum of Understanding. High-tech trucks on the highway: this is the first partnership between a logistics enterprise and a truck manufacturer to develop networked truck convoys and test their use in real operating conditions. DB […]

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5 Proven Ways to Improve Your International Shipping

With 95% of the world’s customers residing outside of the U.S. and with domestic companies importing $2.19 trillion in goods every year—the lure of the international marketplace is strong for companies looking for new business opportunities. Because the global supply chain presents its own set of challenges, it must be managed in a way that […]

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Schenker of Canada Limited Launches State-of-the-Art Customs Operating System

Improved Technology Facilitates Better Trade Efficiencies and Compliance. The Customs Brokerage industry has evolved significantly over the past half-century. What started out as simple duty collection at the border has grown to managing trade compliance for Canadian and Non Resident Importers to the tune of $1.07 trillion CAD last year alone. With Canada’s total annual […]

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Changes to CBP Reconciliation Program scheduled for January 2017

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will be implementing several changes to the reconciliation entry program as part of the conversion to the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE). These changes will be deployed in January 2017 on a date yet to be determined by CBP. CBP will no longer enter a blanket flag in a participating […]

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