7 nov. 2017
(Montaigu, le 02/11/2017) L’agence DB Schenker Paris Est basée à Vert-Saint-Denis (77) a ouvert, le 25 octobre, un nouveau dépôt logistique de 2500m² dans le but d’accroitre sa capacité de stockage de 2000 palettes.
Regroupant les activités de transport Route, Air et Mer, le nouveau terminal emploie plus de 150 professionnels.(Madrid/Francfort, novembre 2017) DB Schenker, leader mondial dans le secteur de la logistique et du transport, a ouvert son plus grand centre logistique à Madrid, sur un terrain de 60 000 m2. Il centralisera les opérations de transport Route national et international ainsi que le fret aérien et maritime de la capitale espagnole. Ce nouveau site représente un investissement de 22 millions d’euros, ce qui démontre la volonté de l’entreprise à poursuivre son développement en Espagne.DB Schenker compte actuellement 1 000 employés en Espagne, répartis dans 71 filiales, dont 29 se trouvent dans les locaux de DB Schenker, ce qui fait de la société l’une des plus grandes entreprises de transport du pays. Le nouveau terminal emploie plus de 150 professionnels et a été construit selon des normes d’économie d’énergie extrêmement durables.Un bâtiment durable à la pointe de la technologieLe nouveau centre logistique de Madrid, situé dans le quartier de Vicálvaro, fait la taille de huit terrains de football. Il abrite deux entrepôts et un bâtiment de bureaux. Le premier entrepôt, d’une taille de 10 170 m², est une zone de transbordement. Si nécessaire, sa surface peut être agrandie jusqu’à 12 200 m2. Le site comporte 112 travées hydrauliques destinées au chargement et déchargement, ainsi qu’une zone dédiée à la circulation des camions et des fourgons.Le deuxième entrepôt permet de stocker les expéditions de fret aérien et maritime. Il mesure 1 680 m2 et peut être agrandi jusqu’à 2 900 m2. Son aspect intérieur et extérieur est semblable à la zone de transbordement. Enfin, le bâtiment de bureaux se compose de trois étages de 1 100 m2 chacun. Il a été conçu de manière ouverte et agréable pour faciliter le travail des employés au quotidien et offrir davantage de confort.La philosophie de DB Schenker comprend une dimension durable : les solutions de transport et de logistique efficaces que l’entreprise propose visent toujours à réduire son impact environnemental. Le site est équipé de 120 panneaux solaires photovoltaïques qui produisent la grande majorité de l’énergie électrique utilisée. Par ailleurs, l’ensemble de l’éclairage est doté de LED et le système de climatisation d’une technologie DRV avec récupération de la chaleur.
29 oct. 2017
(Montaigu, le 25/10/2017) Le 2 octobre, DB Schenker Clermont-Ferrand a ouvert un nouveau bâtiment de 1500m² à Pont-du-Château dans le but d’améliorer ses délais de transport. Cette nouvelle plateforme permet d’effectuer 32 départs quotidiens supplémentaires.Une agence unique pour 2018DB Schenker poursuivra ses investissements en 2018 avec la construction d’uneagence unique DB Schenker Clermont-Ferrand fin 2018. Cette plateforme possèderanotamment 5 000m² de surface de quai.Contact DB Schenker Clermont-Ferrand :ZI – 19, rue Jean Mermoz – F-63800 Cournon d’AuvergneTel. +33 (0)4 73 69 49 19 – Fax +33 (0)4 73 69 34 email@example.com
(Montaigu, le 23/10/2017) Pour lui permettre de poursuivre sa croissance et afin d'améliorer en permanence sa qualité de service, l’agence DB Schenker Lyon a ouvert un second bâtiment de 1500m².L’agence de Lyon Saint-Exupéry composée de 10790 m² de quai, 1290 m² de bureauxet 9000 m² de stockage se voit renforcée par ce nouveau bâtiment d’une surface dequai de 1500 m².Depuis le 18 octobre, ce sont donc 18 tournées de distribution qui sont mises en placeau départ de cette nouvelle plateforme située à Saint Quentin Fallavier.Contact DB Schenker Lyon : Bât. A DORO LYON – 350 Rue du Portugal – CS 70002 –F-69125 LYON ST EXUPERY AEROPORT - Tel. +33 (0)4 72 47 40 00 – Fax +33 (0)478 90 65 88 – firstname.lastname@example.org
4 oct. 2017
(Frankfurt am Main, October 2017) International logistics services provider has commissioned a new 11,000 square-meter facility in Bologna and invested €10 million in its network.DB Schenker is strengthening its position in Italy: A total of €10 million has been invested in a new facility in Bologna, which has 11,000 square meters of warehouse space, 90 loading docks, 2,600 square meters of offices, and 22,000 square meters of external service space. The new facility has been officially operating since the beginning of September.Along with state-of-the-art IT solutions and the latest safety standards, the new facility has been built in accordance with TAPA A (Transported Asset Protection Association) requirements. Environmental protection and energy efficiency were also central components in construction planning: The building was developed in order to obtain BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) environmental certification, as it’s equipped with a building management system, full LED lighting, solar panels, high standard insulation cladding and windows, and a rainwater recycling system.The new facility benefits from the modern Interporto infrastructure, with one of the largest logistics and intermodal platforms (road and rail) in Europe that occupies an excellent position along Italian and European freight transport routes.“This investment highlights how seriously we take the increasing demand for top quality facilities and services in the logistics and freight-forwarding market,” says Federico Girgenti, CEO of DB Schenker in Italy. “The new facility will further improve our productivity and efficiency, and it also underscores our commitment to be the eco-pioneer in our field, which is a central part of our DB 2020+ Group strategy.”DB Schenker is present in Italy with 31 branches and roughly 140,000 square meters of warehouse space. The company offers land, sea, and air transport services, as well as integrated logistics solutions and supply chain management.
(Montaigu, le 06/06/2017) Depuis le 1er mars 2017, notre agence de Lorient confie ses livraisons à destinations du centre-ville et de la zone portuaire à Feel à Vélo.Assurer un service de livraison en centre-ville n’est pas simple face aux interdictions légales de circulation, à la densité du trafic, sans compter sur les désagréments engendrés par la pollution des véhicules. C’est pourquoi DB Schenker Lorient innove et fait désormais appel à Feel à Vélo afin d’effectuer ses livraisons du dernier kilomètre. Le centre-ville et la zone portuaire de Lorient sont donc maintenant livrés à l’aide d’un vélo.
Cette action confirme que Schenker France ne cesse de développer des solutions en faveur du développement durable et s’implique de façon exponentielle dans la livraison urbaine des différents centres-villes en France. D’autres agences du groupe comme Le Mans, Nantes ou Rennes fonctionnent de la même manière via des triporteurs.
Ground-breaking ceremony for new logistics center at the port of Duisburg(Frankfurt, June 2017) DB Schenker celebrated the ground-breaking ceremony for the construction of a new logistics center together with the port operator, Duisburger Hafen AG. In future, DB Schenker will use the new facility at duisport to consolidate, pack and ship parts and vehicle components for the worldwide production network of the Mercedes-Benz Vans division.Guests at the ceremony included Erich Staake, Chairman of the Board of the duisport Group, Dr. Thomas Böger, Management Board Member for Contract Logistics/SCM at Schenker Deutschland AG, Duisburg’s Mayor Sören Link and Dr. Jörg Homering, Daimler AG, Head of Supply Mercedes-Benz Vans.The new location boasts impressive dimensions as well as great strategic relevance. After Daimler had awarded DB Schenker in Germany the contract for handling some sectors of its parts and components logistics at the port of Duisburg, duisport provided a vast site of around 100,000 square meters with trimodal connections – i.e. road, rail and ship – on ‘Mercatorinsel’, an island in the port district of this city in the Ruhr area. Over the next few months, the first section of the project will involve the construction of a warehouse building with a floor area of 25,000 square meters and a 1500-square meter office block. The site also has the potential for further expansion and is located in the immediate vicinity of existing container handling facilities for onward transport to destinations all over the globe.Dr. Thomas Böger, Management Board Member for Contract Logistics/SCM at Schenker Deutschland AG commented: “We are very proud to enter a new level of logistics partnership with our long-standing customer Daimler. This was possible thanks to the promising overall concept of process experience and an ideal location with optimum connections to an inland port. At the same time, we are delighted that we now have our own large contract logistics facility at duisport, a major logistics hotspot. We believe the duisport project is a major step forwards in the expansion of our activities in the contract logistics business.”Joachim Stern, Managing Director Logistics for the Rhine Region of Schenker Deutschland AG, stresses the positive financial effect for the entire region: “In the course of the first expansion stage, we will create jobs for around 200 qualified employees at duisport. Once again, this will accentuate our logistics activities in this region and our role as major employer in the Rhine-Ruhr Metropolitan Region Dr. Jörg Homering, Supply Manager Mercedes-Benz Vans added: “Today, we are celebrating a major milestone of our long-standing collaboration with DB Schenker.We regard today’s ground-breaking ceremony as the result of our successful cooperation. It additionally marks the continuation of the well-established business relations between our two companies. The strategically convenient location of the new logistics center at the port of Duisburg with its excellent transport connections and short distances to the inland terminal are an ideal starting point for providing optimum support for our global business.”
16 juil. 2017
(Berlin/Munich, July 10, 2017) The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) funds platooning project by DB Schenker, MAN, and Hochschule Fresenius • The first test runs will start in early 2018DB Schenker, MAN, and Hochschule Fresenius receive funding from the Federal Ministry for their joint development of networked truck convoys. The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure has also released a corresponding announcement. The academically accompanied platooning Project will be funded for 20 months from June 2017 to January 2019.Initially the partners will test truck convoys in everyday operation at the digital test site, the A9 freeway, for several months to analyze their suitability for practical application and system safety in real traffic scenarios as well as within the logistics processes of DB Schenker. This phase is also aimed at investigating the potential effects of the new technology on the trick driver profession.Alexander Dobrindt, Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure: “Automated and networked driving will soon be a reality. The platooning project will bring the technology from the lab to the roads. High-tech trucks maintain safe distances and communicate with one another. Traffic runs more smoothly and safely, and road capacity and cabin comfort go up. This relieves stress on drivers and the environment. With this project, DB is expanding its further expertise as a modern mobility and logistics provider. The Ministry is bringing innovative research projects focused on automated and networked driving to the road and is providing funding in the sum of 100 million euros. With the development and testing of networked trucks, we are beginning yet another project on our digital test field, the A9 freeway. The goal of our funding is to make Germany the leading market for automated and networked driving.”Jochen Thewes, CEO of Schenker AG: “We are thrilled that the Ministry has decided to provide us with funding. DB Schenker is pioneering the way, together with its project partners, to the introduction of platoon technology for trucks in the German market. With early and thorough testing in real road traffic scenarios, we are, yet again, fortifying our role as a leader in digitalization. This project demonstrates our high standards and ambition to be the driver of digital business models for our customers in the transport and logistics sector.”The total funding amount will be divided among the project partners in accordance with their respective budget needs.DB Schenker will coordinate the entire project. Starting in early 2018, the first test runs will take place on the digital test field, the A9 freeway,between the DB Schenker locations in Munich and Nuremberg. MAN will construct modern test vehicles for performing the test runs.Joachim Drees, Chief Executive Officer of MAN Truck & Bus and MAN SE:“We are very pleased to receive funding for this important project which enables MAN, together with our project partners, to test the truck platooning project for the first time over several months of practical application in real everyday logistics scenarios with professional drivers.”Hochschule Fresenius is researching the effects of the new technology on the drivers in the platoon with a focus on the neurophysiological and psychosocial impact. “From the very beginning, it is important consider those who will be affected by the developments.”, says Professor Dr. Christian T. Haas, Head of the Institute for Complex Health Research at Hochschule Fresenius. “Our knowledge gained by analyzing the effects of the human-machine interface flow directly back into how the technology is developed and the working conditions are designed.”At the start, the trucks will run unloaded while the driving conditions in everyday traffic are analyzed and the drivers are trained. Over the course of 2018, there should be up to three trips per day with real loads.Platooning is a vehicle system for road traffic in which at least two trucks on the freeway are networked by a technical system, allowing them to drive one after the other at a very close distance. All trucks in the platoon are connected via electronic car-to-car communication. The electronic coupling of the vehicles ensures safe travel in traffic. Here, the primary goal is to use the generated slipstream driving to achieve fuel cost savings of up to ten percent. These savings also cut CO2 emissions. The project partners are also expecting to learn new ways to optimize the entire logistics chain and achieve social acceptance of new technologies. In May 2017, DB Schenker and MAN already signed a cooperation agreement for a platooning collaboration.For more information on the topic of digitalization at DB Schenker, visit www.deutschebahn.com/Digitale_Innovationen.
(Berlin/Essen, July 11, 2017) Deutsche Bahn AG, Schenker Deutschland AG, Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund and Deutscher Behindertensportverband are joining forces for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Pyeongchang in 2018 and Tokyo in 2020(Berlin/Essen, July 11, 2017) Deutsche Bahn AG, Schenker Deutschland AG, Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund (German Olympic Sports Confederation, DOSB) and Deutscher Behindertensportverband (National Paralympic Committee Germany, DBS) are joining forces for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Pyeongchang in 2018 and Tokyo in 2020. DB AG is the official partner for mobility and DB-subsidiary DB Schenker is the official partner for logistics.The partnership was announced at the ICE depot in Frankfurt-Griesheim. Lisa Zimmermann, who competed in the Sochi Olympics in Freestyle Skiing, and Markus Rehm, track and field athlete and three-time gold medal winner at the Paralympic Games in London and Rio, were there for the announcement.DB AG has supported DBS since 2002 and DB Schenker has been a co-partner of DOSB, which replaced the German National Olympic Committee (NOK), since the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. Both these partnerships are now being brought together and expanded within the Deutsche Bahn Group. "The expansion of our partnership in German top class sports to support the German Olympic and Paralympic Teams highlights how seriously we take our corporate social responsibility," says Dr. Bastian Grunberg, head of Brand Management and Content Steering at DB. "We are looking forward to supporting top German athletes as the official partner in mobility.""We are pleased that we will continue to supply complete logistics services to the delegations from DOSB and DBS along with the German houses at the next two Olympic Games in Asia," says Dr. Niklas Wilmking, Head of Air Freight at Schenker Deutschland AG. "Our experienced team will support our athletes and associations with tailored logistics solutions on their way to the games." "DB Schenker is an experienced team that has already supported us in nine previous Olympic Games," says Michael Vesper, CEO of DOSB. "We are very pleased that we can once again trust in DB Schenker's experience and flexibility, which is absolutely necessary for major sporting events abroad. Over the next few months, we will work together closely to offer our German athletes the best conditions to be successful in Pyeongchang.""Disabled sports are a symbol of vitality and mobility," says Friedhelm Julius Beucher, President of DBS. "With DB AG, we have a long-term partner on our side that not only supports top class sports, but also works to improve conditions for people with disabilities in Germany."The German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) is the umbrella organization for leading associations and state athletic associations, which has 27.5 million members in over 90,000 sports clubs. In addition, as the German National Olympic Committee (NOK), it is responsible vis-a-vis the IOC for sending the German team to the Olympic Games.The National Paralympic Committee Germany (DBS) is the association within DOSB responsible for sports for people with disabilities. DBS is a member of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).
News, 18 jui. 2017
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