Read the latest news and press releases from DB Schenker Sweden, as well as news about European transport, shipping and logistics. Under Operational Disruptions you can find information about any delays and obstacles for our different transport.
28 Oct 2020
Now we are even smoother for both you and your customer. We shorten lead times, but not only that. We offer such high quality that we dare to promise you the money back if we, against all odds, would not deliver on time.
DB Schenker installs solar cells at the facility in Skara.
- We will produce electricity that corresponds to approximately twelve normal villas' annual consumption, says Marcus Blomqvist, terminal manager in Skara.
18 Jun 2020
Hi Markus Luthman, Logistics Development, Elon. Want to tell us about your new sustainable terminal setup in Finland?
8 Jun 2020
Barilla runs the majority of their transports by train. They have been doing this for a long time now.
5 Jun 2020
We are starting direct flights with salmon and other marine products from Iceland to China. The first trip was last week. Shipping of fresh products are more cost-effective than flights across Europe, but most importantly, the products arrive to customers in less time.
4 Jun 2020
With Skaraborg Eco Shuttle, carbon dioxide emissions are reduced by 97 percent compared to road transport on the same route. The remaining three percent are climate compensated for all our customers who transport goods on this route.
27 Apr 2020
Sustainability is now a decisive factor when companies choose logistics services. This means that the demand for efficient train solutions is growing rapidly. In the west of Sweden, we present a successful example.
2 Apr 2020
This fall, we talked about how you can help your small business friend in five easy steps:
31 Mar 2020
In the midst of all the heavy news about Corona came this uplifting email: “I have very good news about DB Schenker today. You win your industry in the Sustainable Brand Index 2020, which means that Swedish consumers think you are the most sustainable in the industry”.
13 Mar 2020
Yesterday was the final event of the project Sweden4Platooning – a three year project funded by Vinnova through FFI and the project featured members from Scania, Volvo, the Royal Institute of Technology, RISE, the Swedish Transport Administration and DB Schenker.