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When automotive legends leave the ground

Prototypes, design studies, classic cars and legendary automobiles - these are the precious cargo managed by the DB Schenker Automotive Division at Stuttgart Airport's Air Cargo Center.

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Logistics Engineering for the World’s Most Valuable Brands

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Logistics Orchestrator

Taking aftermarket logistics to the next level with the Logistics Orchestrator

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e-commerce logistics on Singles‘ Day

Peak Management on the world’s busiest day for online shopping. DB Schenker is handling all logistics for a prestigious US fashion house during China’s Singles' Day.

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With three words to any place in the world

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Innovation and Digitalization

Innovation is about looking beyond the existing. Challenging the status quo. Develop the best solutions beyond borders and for maximum value for everyone.

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DB Schenker connect 4 land: New booking platform for Land Transport

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Ready for take-off

DB Schenker and Airbus Join Forces to Advance Airplane Production and Support More Transatlantic Trade

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DB Schenker BeNeLux – Roparun

Published on Aug 21, 2017. Modified on Sep 18, 2017.

Roparun: 520 km and 40 Belgian and Dutch colleagues in adventure for life

The Roparun is a relay race in which people work as a team to give a combined sports performance to raise money for people who suffer from cancer. Highly motivated DB Schenker colleagues took part.

Two mixed teams (some 40 Belgian and Dutch DB Schenker colleagues) took part in the charity run from Paris to Rotterdam (520 kilometers!), raising money for the Roparun for projects in Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands. The teams left Paris on the afternoon of Saturday, June 3rd 2017 and arrived in Rotterdam two days later, on Monday June 5th after running and cycling day and night through France, Belgium and the Netherlands.

The challenge: Each team must have a minimum of two cyclists and a number of people forming a support team. This includes drivers, medics, caterers and road captains. The teams themselves are responsible for filling these roles. Besides the physical challenge, the team must also make an effort to raise money for the cause.

In the end, the DB Schenker team raised an impressive amount of money and accomplished this challenge together. Congratulations! Win together; be one team with one goal! Our colleagues did it!