Air Freight and Logistics
Company Overview of Schenker AG
Schenker AG provides transportation and logistics services in Germany and internationally. The company offers rail freight, land transport, air freight, ocean freight, contract logistics/supply chain management, and lead logistics services; and logistics for global projects, oil and gas products, fairs and exhibitions, sports and event, and removals. It serves automotive, building materials, chemicals, consumer, electronics, healthcare/pharmaceuticals, industrial, metals and coal, retail, marine parts, semiconductors/solar, and beverage industries. The company was founded in 1872 and is based in Essen, Germany with a branch office in Mozambique. Schenker AG operates as a subsidiary of DB Mob...
Founded in 1872
Key Executives for Schenker AG
Chief Executive Officer and Member of Management Board
Member of Management Board for Finance/Controlling
Head of The Intermodal Industry Sector and Member of The Management Board
Head of Communications Transportation and Logistics/International
Member of Management Board for Human Resources
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Schenker AG Key Developments
DB Schenker Logistics to Open Terminal of the Future in Finland
Jun 2 15
DB Schenker Logistics will open one of its terminals on June 3 in Finland. The new location, near the capital of Helsinki, represents one of the investments that DB Schenker has made worldwide at EUR 57 million. Combining four locations and operations such as land transport, air, and sea freight in one building will improve efficiency and productivity and streamline cargo flows between the different transport modes. The new premises will house 650 employees in the Viinikkala logistics area within 51,000 square meters. The warehouse will offer 31,940 square meters of storage, including 28,630 square meters of heated buildings and an unheated hall of 3,310 square meters. The new location has various advantages, adds Dr. Rausch. It is near the airport, closer to the harbor than before, and it has a better connection to the road network. The terminal also has one of DB Schenkers biggest sorters - 35,000 to 40,000 deliveries will be processed per day. Part of the DB Groups 2020 strategy, Environmental Protection was central to the planning of the new facility. The terminals were built according to TAPA A requirements (Transported Asset Protection Association) and they follow the standards of BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) at both Good and Very Good levels. In addition, only the safety standards will be observed. A two-floor concept ensures that pedestrians and trucks are never on the same level.
Deutsche Bahn Group and Schenker AG Announces Resignation of Dr. Thomas Lieb as Chairman of Management Board of Schenker AG and the Deutsche Bahn Group, Effective March 31, 2015
Mar 13 15
Dr. Thomas Lieb, 56, Chairman of Management Board of Schenker AG, will leave the company and the Deutsche Bahn Group effective March 31, 2015. Until a decision about his succession is made, Dr. Lutz Freytag, member of the Management Board of Schenker AG for Finance/Controlling, will take over the position as Chairman of Management Board of Schenker AG on an interim basis.
DB Schenker Logistics Expands Presence in Africa
Jun 27 14
DB Schenker Logistics has expanded its presence in Africa with the integration of former partner Bochimar, Lda into the DB Schenker network. The company has also established a new branch office in Maputo, Mozambique.
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