DB Schenker has an in-depth understanding of the consumer industry and offers innovative and responsive logistics solutions. Our numerous consumer industry partners do trust us to optimize the supply chains of their business-to-consumer organizations for years. We work closely with each of our consumer customers to develop customized solutions.
Furthermore, our global network and strong local presence in countries throughout the world means that your supply chain is handled reliably and consistent in all countries. We link our four modes of transport to enhance the speed and costs of your deliveries. Our value-added services and warehousing products create true end-to-end solutions that cover the full scale of your supply chain.
DB Schenker also offers a variety of supplementary service. From customs clearance, co-packing, fulfillment, production supply, projects shipments, fairs and exhibitions services to eco-friendly transport, we guarantee your success, no matter the area of the consumer market you are focused in.
For the Consumer industry, DB Schenker provides global expertise in our customers’ supply chain challenges including:
Lastly, we also offer a variety of supplementary service. From customs clearances to fairs and exhibitions services, we guarantee your success, no matter the area of the consumer market you are focused in.
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