We are closely monitoring the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. This page provides an update on how the quickly evolving situation may affect our operations. Please contact your local DB Schenker branch for detailed information. For more details about the COVID-19 situation in other countries, click here.
Mar 23, 2020
There are no reports of COVID-19 infections among our DB Schenker workforce. Operational Updates:
There is no significant update since the last advisory. In general, Air Freight is encountering serious capacity issues on all trade lanes due to massive cancellation of passenger flights. Extensive implementation of blank sailings is also largely impacting rates and capacities of Ocean Freight. There is no major issue to Contract Logistics and Land Transport. We will continue to monitor all stakeholders of respective modes. This is the last regular update since recent changes have been marginal. We will provide an update as soon as major change occurs in the future. Thank you for your understanding and support.
There are no reports of COVID-19 infections among our DB Schenker workforce.Operational Updates:Status details can be referred to from the dashboard below:
Fairs and Exhibitions
Customer Advisory on COVID-19: Updates from South Korea
There are no reports of COVID-19 infections among our DB Schenker workforce.
Status details can be referred to from the dashboard below:
We are monitoring all stakeholders of the respective modes, and this is an update as of Feb 28 th .
The next update will be provided on 3rd March or earlier should there be significant updates.
The Korean government has raised the alert level to “RED” on Feb 23. Our greatest concern is the health and safety of our employees and their families, we will therefore adjust our operations in accordance with the government guidelines and the general situation. Our management team and all stakeholders are working on sustainable solutions to ensure operation under the present circumstances. Please contact your local DB Schenker branch for detailed information.
Being the first working day of the “RED” alert level, we are monitoring the airports and sea ports and will keep you updated.
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