September 2016

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Tailwind for Vestas

Vestas turbines use wind power to supply clean energy, and DB Schenker stores and delivers everything needed to keep the generators running. “logistics NewsFeed” paid a visit to the spare parts and tools hub near Leipzig in Germany – to see which way the wind was blowing

CIO Markus Sontheimer

named Chief Digital Officer

with immediate effect

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Steering with head movements: DB Schenker transported a very special racing car

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Jochen Thewes


A company aspiring to remain successful in the future has to offer so much more than transport. We do just that!

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Words that move the industry – this month: insurance

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“No unpleasant surprises”

What defines logistics quality? How is it created, maintained and enhanced? These are the issues Anni Lemola deals with on a continuous basis – in her role as Quality and Environment Manager at DB Schenker in Finland

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Magic Figure


The industry in figures. This time: the World Bank’s Logistics Performance Index

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In Short


Oliver Seidl has been appointed the new Chief Financial Officer of Schenker AG

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In Short


Superlative assignment: DB Schenker delivers almost 250 components for a new power plant in Egypt

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In Short


Cartoon competition: DB Schenker and MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula OneTM Team are once again looking for “Logistics Heroes”

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Fascinating images from the world of logistics

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Before the start of the Olympics "logistics NewsFeed" took a closer look on the transport business in Rio and Brazil

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

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Nothing is impossible! When customers require extra-large freight to be transported, then DB Schenker finds a way!

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