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DB Schenker Awarded Best Logistics Service Provider for Road Freight in Asia Pacific

DB Schenker has been awarded Best Logistics Service Provider - Road at the 2019 Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain (AFLAS) Awards at the Asia Society Hong Kong Center.

“A record number of shippers and other customers have voted for the 2019 AFLAS winners, making these awards a true reflection of industry expertise,” said Asia Cargo News publisher Darren Barton.

The awards this year involves thousands of industry leaders participating in the voting process. The awards are designed to honor the respective winning organizations for demonstrating leadership as well as consistency in service quality, innovation, customer-relationship management and reliability. This is the fourth consecutive year that DB Schenker has received this distinction.

“Land Transport is a critical part of our suite of supply chain solutions, which enables a higher level of efficiency and effectiveness to our esteemed customers.  It plays an increasingly important role in the Asia Pacific and is accompanied by strong infrastructural developments and improvements,” said Elaine Chen, Vice President of Land Transport, DB Schenker Asia Pacific.

Ditlev Blicher, CEO of DB Schenker Asia Pacific, added, “We are humbled and thankful for the recognition from the industry and customers. This inspires us continuously to strive and offer our customers an unmatched suite of award-winning solutions for their supply chains.”

DB Schenker is one of the leading providers of multimodal transportation services worldwide, and its Asia LANDbridge solution is one of the most extensive cross border road transportation services available, with access throughout Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar and China. The global freight forwarder also offers customized land transport solutions catering to various domestic and international market needs, such as its inLAND and EurAsia product offerings.


About DB Schenker in the Asia Pacific

DB Schenker in the Asia Pacific connects all the important economic regions in more than 20 countries via a dense network of scheduled and tailored services, with over 15,000 employees at 472 locations serving its customers across the whole Asia Pacific region. The company specializes in air, ocean and road freight solutions, contract logistics, as well as supply chain management. DB Schenker Asia Pacific holds top positions in automotive, aerospace, electronics, fashion, healthcare, high-tech, industrial, retail & consumer goods, fairs & exhibitions, special transport and services for major sporting events.

About DB Schenker in Greater China
DB Schenker is the transport and logistics division of Deutsche Bahn. With a dense network of over 76,000 employees in 140 countries, DB Schenker is one of the leading global integrated logistics providers. Our extensive experience of more than 50 years in Greater China across over 60 main cities enables us to offer our customers comprehensive supply chain management solutions, efficient air, ocean, rail and land transport as well as contract logistics. We also manage specialized services for trade fairs, projects and global sports events.

About AFLAS
The AFLAS Awards, hosted and organized annually by Asia Cargo News - the only newspaper for the people directly managing the logistics and cargo supply chains in the Asia Pacific region - recognizes leading service providers including air and shipping lines; airports and seaports; and logistics, 3PLs and other associated industry professionals. The nomination and voting process allows more than 15,000 readers of Asia Cargo News and e-news subscribers to first determine the leading companies in the market, and then determine the winners, making the results the opinion of service users rather than a panel of judges.