The International Maritime Organization (IMO) issued new regulations to be applied from January 2020 for the reduction of marine pollution caused by shipping. By 2050, CO2 emissions are to be reduced by 50%.
DB Schenker plays a key role for DB’s new climate target
News, 29 Dec, 2017
Under the new DB Group target to reduce greenhouse gases by the year 2030, DB Schenker has undertaken to reduce its specific emissions of greenhouse gases by a minimum of 40 percent compared to 2006. The DB logistics subsidiary is part of the new Deutsche Bahn climate target, which envisages halving its specific carbon emissions by 2030.
DB Schenker launching life-saving initiative in Ocean Freight
News, 21 Dec, 2017
In the frame of their environmental partnership, DB Schenker and Hapag-Lloyd launched a project together with a prestigious cosmetics brand to address one of the most burning environmental and health subjects in ocean shipping, i.e., sulfur oxide emissions in ports.
Schenker Jinbei Logistics celebrates grand opening of the state-of-the-art Shenyang-Tiexi Logistics Center
12 Dec, 2017
Schenker Jinbei Logistics (SJL), the joint venture between DB Schenker and Jinbei Automotive, officially celebrates the opening of its multi-user facility in Shenyang, the Shenyang Logistics Center (SLC), on December 12, 2017.