DB Schenker

DB Schenker truck and trailers

With over 70,000 employees in over 100 countries, DB Schenker is one of the world’s largest providers of logistics services, with assets in maritime, air, and rail transportation. Headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany, DB Schenker is especially strong in Europe. The DB in its name is derived from Deutsche Bahn, the German railway corporation of which DB Schenker is a subsidiary.

A major provider of value-added services and ‘contract logistics,’ DB Schenker offers a broad range of specialized services tailored to the logistics needs of various industries: automotive companies; beverage companies; consumer products, electronics; fashion and retail; healthcare and pharma; industrial; marine parts; oil and gas; perishables; recyclables; semiconductors, and solar power companies.

10 Dec 2019
DB Schenker will use a Dutch startup to provide container line schedules to enable the German 3PL’s digital quoting and booking tools, pressing home the need for digital procurement platforms to have good underlying schedule data.
Top 25 Asia-US import NVO rankings 2019
25 Sep 2019
Kuehne + Nagel handled the largest combined share of US imports from Asia of any non-vessel-operating common carrier in the first half of 2019, followed by Expeditors International and C.H. Robinson, according to PIERS.
Amazon ranks #1 in top 50 global 3PLs
20 Apr 2019
Although the e-commerce giant doesn't describe itself as a third-party logistics provider (3PL), Amazon has surpassed major global players such as DHL and Kuehne + Nagel in 3PL revenue.
13 Apr 2019
Sponsored: DB Schenker's Executive Vice President, Ocean Freight, Trond Prestroenning discusses the new generation of logistics professionals and the more subtle, long-term industry impact of the larger societal shift in expectations for visibility and live data.
21 Apr 2018
Sponsored: DB Schenker's Philippe Gilbert, CEO, Americas and CEO, Asia Pacific Ditlev Blicher on data innovation, the rise of Asia, and challenges of real-time collaboration across the supply chain.