For your unique and irreplaceable works of art – have peace of mind with DB Schenker.
Our comprehensive logistics services cover visual and performing arts:
Permanent safety checks, highly experienced staff, storage rooms, transport vehicles and equipment.
We are proud of our direct cooperation with the curators, registrars, exhibition managers, restorers, art historians as well as concert promoters, tour operators and more - right from the planning stages of a project.
Whether it is within Australia, in New Zealand or anywhere else in the world: with DB SCHENKERarts your artwork is in good hands.We are looking forward to hearing from you and help you with your needs.
“Some eight months in to our new logistics partnership with Schenker, we’re delighted with the excellent service and professionalism that your team has delivered. Your Melbourne team in particular has consistently demonstrated the finest attention to detail and responsiveness to our needs. The high calibre of Schenker’s service, coupled with a healthy and personalised partnership between our organisations, sets us in good stead for a continuing relationship long into the future.”
R. Zimmermann, June 2009
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.
DB Schenker’s Global Flight Network for reliable charter service
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Our eyes and ears for your shipments
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.
Together we keep Europe and your business moving
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