DB Schenker delivers best tailored transport solutions for highly specific requirements
You need two things to handle shipments fast and reliably in Romania: A network of qualified employees based all over the country and the necessary experience. DB Schenker offers both. Whether groupage, part loads or full cargo loads, we take care of your consignments!
The company operates daily groupage lines interconnecting five freight terminals across the country and ensures safe handlings. A dedicated DB Schenker truck will pick-up the shipment, will channel the consignment into the network and will bring it to its destination within the agreed transit time. The customer has the possibility to book on-line and track the shipments via the internet until it is delivered to the final consignee.
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Head OfficeDB Schenker Romania196 C, Calea Rahovei Street, District 5050908 BucharestRomaniaPhone: +40 21 234 00 00Fax: +40 21 317 61 34
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