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How DB Schenker Integrates Data in Foreign Trade Zones

   

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How high can we jump?

As high as we need to. When the World Equestrian Games asked us to transport 53 show jumping horses from Calgary Canada to Belgium, we didn’t bat an eye. DB Schenker, along with Overseas Horse Services (OHS), Leige Airport and Qatar Airways Cargo, pulled together a plan involving one Boeing 777F, (first class of course), […]

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What is a True Integrated Logistics Services Partner and How Do You Find One?

Read the July 2014 issue of Inbound Logistics magazine.    David Bouchard, CEO Schenker Logistics Americas talk about “…how to find a true Integrated Logistics Service Partner”. “What is a True Integrated Logistics Services Partner……?”

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Forwarder gets moving on Toronto 2015 Games

Read the Canadian Sailings July 7, 2014 issue article “Forwarder gets moving on Toronto 2015 Games”. Heather Richards, Manager Fairs and Exhibitions, Schenker of Canada is interviewed about what it takes to move the games. Read it here

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Schenker, Inc. part of IAEE and IELA

Schenker, Inc. in the USA has been accepted as members in two associations, the USA based International Association of Exhibitions and Events™ (IAEE) and European based International Exhibition Logistics Association (IELA). IELA Schenker, Inc. has attended its first IELA (International Exhibition Logistics Association) Congress followed by IELA’s 3rd Partnering Event from June 28 to July […]

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Coming up with an Innovative Pricing Model for a Key Customer

Electronic Vertical Management Team We’re always looking for new and innovative ways to help our customers. That’s why they stay with DB Schenker. For most customer engagements, we provide a quote to move their products in the most expeditious ways – whether land, ocean or air.   DB Schenker has been moving freight for one […]

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CBP Issues Guidance on Potential West Coast Port Disruption

As the contract between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association came to an end on June 30, 2014, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) published guidance to the trade community with detailed instructions on how to handle potential shipment and entry issues. The contract negotiations cover 29 U.S. west coast ports. […]

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World’s Largest Aircraft: DB Schenker Ships Critical Component for Agrium

Antonov AN-225 flies 154 metric tonne waste heat boiler from Leipzig, Germany to Edmonton, Alberta On June 27, 2014, DB Schenker announced the successful move of a 154-metric tonne waste heat boiler to Edmonton International Airport (EIA) for its customer, Agrium Inc. The waste heat boiler is a vital component used in the production of nitrogen fertilizer […]

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CBP Issues Guidance on Potential West Coast Port Disruption

As the contract between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association comes to an end on June 30, 2014, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has published guidance to the trade community with detailed instructions on how to handle potential shipment and entry issues. The contract negotiations cover 29 U.S. west coast […]

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Port Metro Vancouver Strike is Over. What did they settle on?

The governments of Canada and British Columbia, and Port Metro Vancouver reached an agreement with members of the United Truckers Association and Unifor to end the 28-day strike at Port Metro Vancouver and resume full operations as of the end of March, 2014. The agreement was reached following extensive discussions between all parties, and the […]

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