At DB Schenker, we proudly adhere to the ethical business standards that our company has valued for over 140 years. We are committed to complying with international and national laws and delivering the highest level of ethical and legal standards in all that we do. It’s what makes us a reliable and ethical business partner to our worldwide stakeholders and clients. Our Code of Conduct, which informs our day-to-day operations, and our Code for Conduct for Business Partners, which informs our suppliers and business partners, are examples of our commitment to legal compliance.
At DB Schenker, we are committed to complying with international and national law and adhering to the ethical standards of business that our company has valued for more than 140 years. We are dedicated delivering the highest levels of ethical and legal standards in all that we do. Our DB Code of Conduct, which informs our day-to-day operations, and our DB Code for Conduct of Business Partners, which informs our suppliers and business partners, are examples of this.
Our DB Code of Conduct for Business Partners forms the basis for cooperative business dealings by committing all DB Schenker business partners to comply with ethical and legal standards.
DB Schenker is committed to safeguarding our integrity. If you have concerns about suspected violations, or a report of serious misconduct, we encourage you to get in touch with us.
The DB Group is committed to further develop a better understanding of Compliance in the national and international environment. It follows high standards of business ethics and abides by them actively.
As an environmental pioneer, DB Schenker is setting the standard for efficient use of the resources available to us.
As society continues to face greater pressures to protect the environment, the transportation sector is being called on to make a considerable contribution to these efforts. We’re committed to leading the way in the environmental protection movement by becoming the leading green logistics services provider. We know that as transport grows, CO2 emissions can indeed be reduced.