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Expanding Our Global Contract Logistics Footprint

DB Schenker opens new Contract Logistics facilities in Malaysia, New Zealand, China & Guatemala DB Schenker is your international partner for complex logistics solutions along your entire supply chain and for defined areas of your logistics – from the supplier to delivery to the customer, from reverse logistics to aftermarket support. Contract logistics means more […]

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DB Schenker (Cambodia) – Ready to do business

In a move to strengthen its foothold in the fast-growing market of Cambodia, DB Schenker announced the opening of its new company, DB Schenker (Cambodia) Limited effective January 1, 2015. With the creation of this new business entity, DB Schenker fully takes over the business and operations of its former exclusive partner in Cambodia, SGL […]

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Sometimes Moving Massive Components Requires a Velvet Touch

by Lisa Cain How do you move a 175,000 lbs (79,400 kg) industrial kiln and two of its 15,000 lbs (6,750 kg) combustion chambers from their custom manufacturer in Germany to their final destination in Akron, Ohio? You hire the right logistics team. A DB Schenker customer for over 20 years, Rockwell Automation, Inc. is […]

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DB Schenker in Canada Supports TO2015 Sport Equipment Fund

Schenker of Canada Limited is proud to announce the expansion of its partnership with the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games. DB Schenker is supporting the TO2015 Sport Equipment Fund by planning and executing the efficient delivery of products to the National Paralympic Committees (NPCs). The TO2015 Sport Equipment Fund supports the development of Paralympic […]

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Toronto 2015 donating specialised sports equipment to encourage Para-sport participation

Read “Toronto 2015 donating specialised sports equipment to encourage Para-sport participation”, Inside the Games – by Paul Osborne. The 27 Chef de Missions for the Games have been given access to sport equipment at a special marketplace set up for them by the Toronto 2015 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto. The marketplace provides specialised wheelchairs designed […]

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Moving sensitive cargo, on time and damage free!

Introducing Mark Oldershaw, Sprint Canoe, Burlington, Ontario. It takes more than a strong will to be a National Champion and Olympian, and it takes more than a knowledge of Logistics to help world-class athletes get to the podium. Mark Oldershaw is a third generation sprint canoeist, winning Bronze at both the 2012 Olympic Games and […]

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The art of staying in motion.

No one knows better than David Mulcahy how much faster the business has become in the last 25 years. Mulcahy is Operations Manager at ­Maxell Europe. His answer: exactly 1,716 times faster. In the late 1980s, the tape in a Maxell VHS cassette crawled along at a speed of 2.33 centimeters per second. Today, in […]

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Trends in Global Freight Seems to Move Toward Near-Sourcing

A report from Global Freight Forwarding 2014 draws this conclusion. Manufacturers are focusing away from globalization and towards regionalizations resulting in freight forwarding strategy changes and new product solutions. For example, China is no longer the automatic location choice. New opportunities are opening up in Africa, the Middle East, South America. Emerging markets such as […]

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Meeting logistics challenges head-on, DBS is developing a transport and logistics solution that delivers real-time data while saving fuel.

Facing a host of logistic challenges: fierce competition, cost pressures, unstable energy costs, stringent emissions legislation and the requirement for accurately-measured carbon footprints. DB Schenker along with T-Systems and GAF AG are looking for solutions that deliver real-time data based on satellite navigation, earth observation and satellite communication technologies. Cutting CO2 Emissions /Saving Fuel The […]

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Are unmanned drones in DBS future? – most likely.

Some 42 per cent of logistics operators believe they will use unmanned drones to ship cargo in the future and most believe it will be within 15 years, according to a survey. The research was carried out by the National Aeronautical Centre (NAC), which said rising fuel prices and predicted growth in international freight volumes […]

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