Special Equipment Team

The Special Equipment Team is a group of specialists operating within the Italian Ocean Freight department.

The team can provide a qualified assistance to DB Schenker customers in identifying the most suitable solution in terms of price and service for air, ocean and land transports of standard or oversized consignments such as cranes, cages, parcels, static and/or rolling machineries.

The SET team is therefore able to provide quickly and technically competent quotations in relation to goods needing special equipment of any kind, or stowage (break bulk and /or Ro-Ro).

We can offer quotations and information for shipments from Italy to any destinations across the five continents.

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