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Driving Europe

European logistics without borders. Digital. Fast. Reliable. Everywhere!
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Wearable robots for healthier working conditions

DB Schenker has extensively investigated the use of exoskeletons at several logistics locations in Germany, in order to relieve warehouse personnel of physically-demanding tasks in the long term.
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Discover the highlights on the easiest way from A to B!

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How to set out optimally and efficiently after Brexit!
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When automotive legends leave the ground

Prototypes, design studies, classic cars and legendary automobiles - these are the precious cargo managed by the DB Schenker Automotive Division at Stuttgart Airport's Air Cargo Center.
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The invisible force for your business.

Brand new options for DB SCHENKERsystem: Fix Day 10 and 13
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Your direct access to connect 4.0

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Ready for take-off

DB Schenker and Airbus Join Forces to Advance Airplane Production and Support More Transatlantic Trade​​​​​​​
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The new structure of DB Schenker in Europe

DB Schenker changes organisational structures in Europe. Poland – the leading country in the cluster of North-Eastern Europe.

Within the framework of the “One Europe” programme, DB Schenker has merged its previous 4 management regions in Europe to one “Region Europe” and clustered its country organizations in Europe to 10 country clusters. This is intended to provide better customer service, high and stable quality in all European countries, and increase the efficiency of processes.

Poland found itself as a leading country in the cluster of North-Eastern Europe, which also includes such countries as Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Ukraine and Belarus. President Janusz Górski as the CEO of North&East Europe is responsible for effective management and co-operation within the new organisational structure. “It is a new challenge for us and new opportunities to share good practices, and to use more effectively the resources of all countries belonging to our cluster. At the same time we have a chance to expand our lean approach to other countries,” says Górski. The cluster structures were introduced in the first half of 2016, and have recently entered the operating phase.