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Tight Squeeze

In short supply and a security risk: in many countries, truck stops are not only filled to overflowing but also attract thieves. The TAPA is now cracking down on the problem of cargo crime. What might appear fascinating from a bird’s eye perspective is actually a serious problem. Parking spaces for trucks are indeed in […]

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DB Schenker moves over 100,000 tons of power station components to Egypt

Coasters vessel freight to Burullus • Small fishing port turned into a transportation hub for Mega gas- and steam combined cycle power station The final push for a gigantic order: Until September, DB Schenker will be transporting a total of 100,000 tons with 400,000 cbm of freight to Egypt for Siemens AG, which is building […]

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How Fast Can You Go?

The Official SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition II, will culminate on August 25-27, 2017, at SpaceX’s Hyperloop track. Hyperloop Competition II focus on a single criterion: maximum speed. The competition will include new and returning student teams, some of which have already built and tested their pods during the first competition. Let’s say you build the world’s fasted […]

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CETA Webinar – Understanding the New Canadian – EU Trade Agreement

Join us September 7th, 12th and 18th, 2017 for a FREE webinar to learn about CETA, the new Free Trade Agreement for Canada / Europe that becomes effective on September 21st, 2017. These changes impact all companies that import or export commercial goods between Canada and Europe. It goes beyond just removing customs duties, by taking […]

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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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“Partner in strategic development”

  Singapore ranks among the world’s hotspots, not least for contract logistics providers. What does DB Schenker offer its customers in the city-state? Norman Mummery, who was responsible for the Contract Logistics business in the APAC region for more than three years and who was recently appointed Head of Contract Logistics Global Operations, gives us his insight. […]

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Incoterms: Speaking the Language of Trade

Additional languages available. An important part of daily trade language, Incoterms® rules help exporters, importers, insurers, and others “speak” to one another through a series of short, 3-letter acronyms. Updated in 2010, Incoterms were first published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in 1936. At the time, the global business organization had set out […]

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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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