The International Maritime Organization (IMO) issued new regulations to be applied from January 2020 for the reduction of marine pollution caused by shipping. By 2050, CO2 emissions are to be reduced by 50%.
DB Schenker opens fully solar-powered logistics center in Dubai
News, Dec 9, 2019
DB Schenker opened its first fully solar- powered logistics center in Dubai with an area of 33,000 m2. The regional distribution center, DLC II, is located in the logistics area of Dubai South, in the immediate vicinity of Al Maktoum International Airport.
DB Schenker is committed to Africa as a future market and will continue to strengthen its activities there. The company took its first step in emphasizing this goal by declaring it has joined the "Pan-African Mobility Alliance", an alliance with business, science and politics initiated by the German government to promote the continent's economy.
DB Schenker uses Gideon Brothers' autonomous robots with AI-powered vision
News, Oct 28, 2019
Global logistics service provider DB Schenker has introduced autonomous robots from the manufacturer Gideon Brothers at its location in Leipzig. DB Schenker is thus relying on the flexible solution for automating logistics processes in existing warehouses. The robots, which are equipped with cutting-edge technology, allow productivity gains without the need to modify facilities.