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Flying at Maximum Capacity

Airfreight has been at “peak season” all year long – and that was before the new iPhone Historically, we’ve seen a “low season” in the cargo airfreight industry at least once a year, where carriers, logistics providers, and shippers who rely on this service can take a breather knowing that capacity will be available and rates […]

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What Exporters in Canada Need to Know About the Canadian-EU Trade Agreement

Helping Canadian Exporters Prep for CETA  In September, the new Canadian-EU trade agreement will go into effect. Is your company ready? In an era where future globalization and international trade is up in the air, at least one free trade agreement will soon come to fruition. The Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), […]

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Take 3: Three Things Every Shipper Should Know About Cybersecurity

When it comes to data and information, there’s a lot to worry about. “Recent years have brought us a slew of cyber breaches and attacks that have put millions of people’s financial data on the black market, exposed company secrets, and maybe even swung the 2016 presidential election,” writes Slates’s Jennifer Golbeck in What Cybersecurity […]

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When Every Minute Counts: Mexico’s Aerospace Market Demands Strong Logistics Expertise

Available in other languages. Working in an industry where air traffic doubles every 15 years, and where both passenger and cargo volumes grow year over year, aerospace companies need reliable, reputable logistics networks that help them get the right part to the right place and at the right time. As air transport continues to evolve, […]

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Take 3: Three Things that Happen When IoT and the Supply Chain Collide

A system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, and/or people that incorporate unique identifiers, and the transfer of data over a network without additional interaction, the Internet of Things (or IoT), evolved from the convergence of wireless technologies, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), microservices, and the Internet. As Jerry R Scott, Head Security Operations […]

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Global Chip Maker Uses DB Schenker’s FTZ Cross-Dock Operations to Save Millions in Merchandise Processing Fees

Tasked with deftly transforming thin disks of silicon (“wafers”) into semiconductors that serve as the very hearts of our mobile phones, TVs, medical diagnostic equipment, and various other electronic components, semiconductor manufacturers have unique logistics needs. Operating in a highly-competitive, fast-paced industry where new innovations are revealed almost daily, these companies must balance supply chain […]

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DB Schenker Participates in Trial of New Blockchain Security Benchmark for Global Supply Chains

One of the largest and most comprehensive trials of blockchain technology for global supply chains has just successfully ended with a new Australian developed blockchain security architecture. TBSx3 is has the potential to raise the global supply chain security from a standard to military grade. The TBSx3 system uses a military 44 alphanumeric character security […]

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A Look Inside Airbus’s Epic Assembly Line

A confluence of political and economic forces has prompted Europe’s largest airplane manufacturer to place a factory in Alabama — and to create one of the world’s most gargantuan supply chains. The ships from Hamburg steam into Mobile Bay several times a month. Loaded upon them are the titanic parts of flying machines: tails, already […]

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Qatar Diplomatic Situation Impacts Logistics Operations

We would like to update our network partners and customers on the recent developments in Qatar. The following information is correct as of June 8, 2017: Air, land and sea borders have been closed, essentially cutting off the flow of goods between the above mentioned countries and Qatar. Land Border Abu Samra between Saudi Arabia […]

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Schenker of Canada to Showcase its Logistics Capabilities and Strengths at the Global Petroleum Show

It’s been nearly five decades since the Global Petroleum Show (GPS) made its debut in Calgary, Alberta. Since that initial introduction, this event has grown into an industry-leading event where more than 50,000 energy professionals from more than 90 different countries converge for a 3-day span every year. During that 72-hour period, those professionals strengthen […]

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