Our worldwide network for procurement, distribution and aftermarket logistics ensures your components and vehicles reach their destination. We offer a range of storage services and transport modes, including road, rail, ocean, or air freight. We also provide eco-friendly transport solutions, consulting services, and 3PL/4PL concepts.
We have facilities in all of the major sourcing and shipping locations around the world - complimented by a team of industry specialists who are experts in the Automotive Industry. Our customer portfolio includes many of the world’s largest OEMs, Tier 1, Tier 2 suppliers.
DB Schenker is uniquely positioned to offer services that include transportation and distribution, consolidation and deconsolidation, along with supply chain management solutions for every market around the globe.
For the Automotive industry, DB Schenker provides global expertise in our customers’ supply chain challenges including:
No matter where in the world your shipments need to go, they will reach their destination quickly and reliably. And with our value added services, our policy of continuous improvement, you can be sure to stay ahead of your competition. Whether you’re entering a new market, planning a new production facility, or simply need a logistics partner to optimise your supply chain, our customised solutions can meet your exact requirements.
DB Schenker’s ocean freight ships more than 5,500 containers a day to ports all around the world, making us a top forwarder for your ocean freight shipments.
At DB Schenker, our ocean freight forwarding products facilitate the global relationships of more than 700,000 customers, across 130 countries.
Get the timeliness of air freight and the cost-effectiveness of ocean freight with DB SCHENKERskybridge - a logistics product that combines the best of both.
Use DB Schenker’s track record of success to synchronize and optimize your supply chain by letting DB Schenker handle your transport needs.
With the ever-changing landscape in cloud computing, there is never time to be stagnant. Leading global logistics provider DB Schenker, and digital transformation and technology leader Microsoft, share a similar vision when it comes to enriching the lives of others.
The Coronavirus pandemic has hit global supply chains with full force. Due to changing consumer behavior, stranded shipping containers are piling up in seaports with goods that can no longer be sold due to changing consumer behavior. In addition, growing consumer demand for certain goods, for example in the food or health sector, has led to an increase in production. This has two consequences: Currently unsaleable items need to be stored temporarily and companies are having to build up safety stocks to avoid interruptions in supply.
Working with Porsche, DB Schenker, and Lufthansa Cargo, these German state governments are making sure three million face masks, 130,000 pairs of safety glasses, and 60,000 protective suits were delivered to the people who need them most.
DB Schenker recently transported Coronavirus test kits on behalf of Korean pharmaceutical manufacturer SD Biosensor. The kits were transported by air freight to countries where the number of people infected with COVID-19 is particularly high, in order to quickly determine whether a person is infected or not. Despite the many flight cancellations, our Korean team was able to support SD Biosensor by shipping diagnostic kits to various destinations worldwide at short notice.
DB Schenker is now responsible for MediaMarkt Sweden's logistics for online sales and store deliveries from the Arlandastad logistics center near Stockholm.
Transport, warehousing, recycling and other services along the supply chain require a high level of expertise in the proper and compliant handling of lithium batteries. This is where DB Schenker comes into play, supporting the industry with a dedicated service for battery logistics to cope with the logistical hurdles.
DB Schenker and Cisco, the worldwide leader in networking for the internet, are collaborating to change the face of the logistics industry.
DB Schenker has extensively investigated the use of exoskeletons at several logistics locations in Germany, in order to relieve warehouse personnel of physically-demanding tasks in the long term.
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DB Schenker has successfully introduced smart glasses from Picavi and scanning gloves from ProGlove in order-picking operations in Germany, in order to increase warehouse efficiency.