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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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what3words

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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International Management for Business and Information Technology (IMBIT)

Published on Aug 17, 2017. Modified on Sep 18, 2017.

One of the main focuses of the course "International Management for Business and Information Technology" is the area of business informatics. Much of what is involved with the development, use, evaluation or further development of company information systems is mediated in the study course. Particularly, the course focuses on business studies as a basic prerequisite for dealing with company information systems in practice. IMBIT also teaches students about intercultural knowledge, behavior and management. The course comprises approximately 40% economic science content, approximately 40% business-related informatics, and approximately 20% content on intercultural management. At the end of the course "IMBIT" at DHBW Mannheim you will acquire the "Bachelor of Science". After successfully completing the dual-study program, students can later apply to DB Schenker's exciting, entry-level opportunities in international environments.