Our services cover a wide range of sub-industries along the industrial value chain, ranging from transport solutions for raw materials to spare parts logistics for engine manufacturers. Using our global transportation and expertise in contract logistics, we can optimize your supply chain from end-to-end.
Based on our industry know-how and proven best practices, we create lean, stable, and safe processes. Our goal is to provide the support you need to achieve your goals and to gain competitive advantage within your industry sector.
For the Industrial vertical DB Schenker provides global expertise in our customers’ supply chain challenges including:
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DB Schenker is one of the leading providers of Road and multimodal transportation in the world. Since 1872, when Gottfried Schenker commenced his business with a single truck until today, with over 140 years of delivering logistics solutions, DB Schenker leads in providing reliable transportation services.
In Asia Pacific, DB Schenker is one of the largest transport providers, we have expertise across many industries. Our services cater from the simplest to the most complex of needs, with a comprehensive range of solutions able to be customized to your requirements.
Our inLAND services are available both through our efficient road transport network and our domestic multimodal (including rail, water and air) solutions. Using our own fleets, controlled networks and partners, which are all optimized by ensuring the best people, processes and technology available, DB SCHENKERroad is able to take care of your supply chain needs reliably day by day.
LANDbridge is our international road transportation service available across the Asia region, bringing transport solutions from key locations throughout China and the South East Asia region. Offering a range of options, our expertise across the geographies and regulatory considerations of countries in Asia Pacific, allow for an integrated transport service which is delivered seamlessly.
Every logistics expert knows that there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all mode of transportation. That’s why DB Schenker combines the specific advantages of each mode by designing innovative multimodal solutions dedicated for our customers.
With a global network and advanced logistics solutions, our air freight services provide comprehensive solutions for your air cargo needs. We can transport your cargo anywhere in the world. Wherever the destination of your goods and whatever your timescale, it’s our business to make your business run smoothly.
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.
DB Schenker is one of the leading and fastest growing global logistics service providers. With our innovative industry solutions and worldwide consistent first class operations, we are and we will be the supply chain partner of choice for the best companies globally.
eSchenker is our most advanced logistic solution yet. It incorporates all eServices into one portal, giving you maximum support at every stage of your supply chain. From tracking and scheduling to booking and reporting, eSchenker has your logistics covered.
The easy-to-use eSchenker tracking tool gives you real-time information about the location and status of your shipment, and its current estimated time of delivery. Allocation of a tracking number means that you can access detailed shipment data online without having to log in. Our tracking technology has now been upgraded with an even more detailed overview and status information for each of your shipments.
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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.
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