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Hello Belgrade 2015

The new logistics center will offer clients specialized logistics solutions to and from that area. The site is situated in Stara Pazova: It is 25 kilometers northwest of Belgrade, 50 kilometers from Novi Sad, right next to the E-75 highway, and in direct proximity to the airport in the Serbian capital. DB Schenker will have […]

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Dassault Systèmes to acquire Quintiq = leader in logistics planning software

Dassault Systèmes , the 3DEXPERIENCE Company, world leader in 3D design software, announced the signing of a definitive share purchase agreement for Dassault Systèmes to acquire Quintiq, a leading provider of on-premise and on-cloud supply chain and Operations Planning & Optimization software, for approximately €250 million. With 800 employees, Quintiq, whose offerings include production, logistics […]

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Food Logistics names DB Schenker Top 100 3PL & Cold Storage Provider

Food Logistics, the only publication dedicated exclusively to global supply chain solutions for the food and beverage industry, this week announced those companies chosen for its 2014 Top 3PL & Cold Storage Providers list. DB Schenker has been named to the annual list of the top 100 3PL and Cold Storage Providers in its August […]

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Rail Ridership Riding High for DB Schenker

Rail DB published its financial results for the first half of 2014, revealing that ridership on its trains in Germany increased by 10 million year-on-year to just over 1 billion passengers. However, despite the increase in passenger numbers the distance travelled declined slightly, falling 0.4% to 42.9 billion passenger-km. Punctuality on passenger services increased to […]

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Go Big or Go Home in Austrailia – DB Going Big

DB Schenker has officially opened its largest Australian supply chain and warehouse facility at the Redbank Motorway Estate at Ipswich. The Redbank site, on the south-western outskirts of Brisbane, will handle more than 5,200 container movements a year transporting brown and white goods as well as consumer products to wholesale and retail locations across Australia. […]

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Global logistics sector poised to grow 3% annually

Adapting to the new market trends will be key. The global logistics industry, which reported 981 billion euro ($1301 billion) revenue in 2011, is expected to grow up to 3 per cent per year till 2020, according to Global Logistics Markets-Trend Analysis, report by Roland Berger Strategy Consultants and Barclays. The report said logistics companies […]

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Effect of Toll Roads on Logistics? A big boost!

The emir of Kuwait may have seen the vast economic potential of three independent toll roads in western, central and northern Luzon linking up with one other and reducing travel time by half. The seamless travel is making Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga province the perfect logistics hub as originally designed by state planners. A […]

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DB Schenker Pioneers New Route

For the first time ever, the logistics experts at DB Schenker have combined transportation by rail, road and air across three continents to organize a delivery for an electronics manufacturer from China to South America. In total, 21 metric tons of cell phone electronics were transported by rail from Chongqing in central China to Duisburg, […]

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Global third-party logistics (3PL) market report:

Third-party logistics (3PL) industry has continued to evolve, and it has clearly become more global in nature. 3PLs provide cost and time savings generated by scale and unmatched by internal shipper initiatives, especially for mid-sized shippers. As companies saw the benefits of outsourcing delivery and warehousing functions, the number of third party logistics companies began […]

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Proposed Reverse Logistics Rule to Offer Exemption From Some Regulations

A proposed reverse logistics rule would offer an exception from existing regulations for certain reverse logistics shipments by highway that will create “opportunities for reduced compliance costs among hazmat shippers and carriers, without any decrease in safety,” said by federal hazmat regulators. The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Administration said its proposal, issued Aug. 11, aims […]

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