In November 2020, DB Schenker partnered with Lufthansa Cargo and flew the world’s first carbon-neutral all-cargo flight from Frankfurt, Germany, to Shanghai, China, and back. The Boeing 777F cargo aircraft’s… → more
The future of logistics belongs to electric vehicles that are used throughout the entire value chain. With this in mind, the Swedish commercial vehicle manufacturer Volta Trucks develops battery-electric… → more
DB Schenker proclaims the ambitious goal of zero-emission deliveries for its city distribution operations in all major Norwegian cities by the end of 2021. This objective has already been achieved for Oslo… → more
In the USA, the world's largest airport, Atlanta, is pushing modernization and broke records: Despite the corona pandemic, which has hit no country as badly as the USA, more than 3.5 million people travelled… → more
Supply chains have been stretched to their limits by COVID-19 lockdowns, border closures, and sudden shifts in consumer demands. Now, they’re facing a growing threat from hackers. The fastest-growing threat is ransomware, which encrypts a company’s data until a ransom is paid to the hackers to decode it.
Europe's economy is restarting again. As a strong supporter during the Corona crisis, DB Schenker, with its dense network of logistics centers and branch offices, is now making it easier for companies to make… → more
Thailand is one of the most desirable tourist destinations. In the United Nations World Tourism Barometer, Thailand is the second most popular destination in the Asia-Pacific region after China. In 2019, more… → more
The sector is driven primarily by the gigantic domestic market: Passenger numbers and cargo volumes are growing rapidly. In 2019, more than 700 million people traveled by air in China, and around 16.74 million… → more