July 2016

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Rio 2016: overcast but optimistic

“Rio 2016” is the global sporting event of the year. But will the metropolis at the foot of Sugarloaf Mountain, Brazil’s economy and thus the logistics sector and its customers benefit from the Olympics and the Paralympics? Despite the slump, experts see glimmers of hope

DB Schenker opens its own logistics center in Dubai – and reaches 100-percent utility within a very short time

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With its new national subsidiary in Myanmar, DB Schenker strengthens its presence in Southeast Asia

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In this Olympic year, Brazil presents itself as a challenging market – giving our organization and CEO an even greater incentive to do an outstanding job

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Dino Sue on tour: DB Schenker Canada transported the largest ever replica of a Tyrannosaurus Rex

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“A major step forward”

DB Schenker recently broke ground on a state-of-the-art warehouse in China for automotive customers. General Manager Max Menzel talks about the benefits this facility offers

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Words that move the industry – this month: heavy goods transports

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The industry in figures – this time: air and ocean freight at DB Schenker    

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New DB Schenker CEO in the core market USA: Robert Walpole has been appointed with immediate effect    

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Fascinating images from the world of logistics

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Top Story: DB Schenker manages the global spare parts logistics and production supply for the filling line manufacturer KHS 

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Picturesque: fast-moving consumer goods moving exceptionally fast in the warehouse in Willebroek 

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Interview: Marcus Leaver, new Head of Ocean Freight, on the most recent trends in the global ocean freight business 

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