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DB Schenker offers a new regular line between Germany and Poland

DB Schenker keeps developing its offer, optimizing the network of international logistic connections • It will be advantageous for companies which develop their business on the German market

In September, DB Schenker opened a new regular line between Gdynia and Chemnitz. It is a daily transport connection dedicated to B2B customers from Pomerania.

From the export perspective, the line departs on every business day, Monday to Friday. The departures take place in the evening from DB Schenker branch in Będzieszyn near Gdynia and reach Chemnitz the following morning. For import, the vehicle comes from Germany five times a week, delivering shipments directly to the branch in Gdynia and also to the terminal in Bydgoszcz.

Just like for most international transport connections, this one is offered using Swap Bodies with double floors. It enables to optimize transport in terms of economy and environment and to improve shipment transport safety.

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“Introducing the new solution is another step in our development of regular deliveries of goods between Poland and Germany. The commercial exchange grows which means the customers need it”, says Wojciech Tomkiewicz, Head of International Linehaul & Network, DB Schenker Poland. “What is more, we optimize the existing connection between Krakow and Dresden. Starting from 20 September, the shipments will be transported directly between Dresden and our branch in Rzeszów”, Wojciech Tomkiewicz explains.

This modification will enable to improve shipment safety. For customers from the vicinity of Rzeszów, the reloading point in Krakow will be eliminated.

DB Schenker in Poland offers road connection to every European country, operating the strongest international logistic chain of 430 terminals.