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DB Schenker

DB Schenker has been a consistent and quality logistics provider across major sports events since Sydney 2000 Olympic & Paralympic Games. Salt Lake 2002, Athens 2004, Torino 2006, Beijing 2008 and Vancouver 2010 have all featured prominently in our services portfolio.

“There have been two defining points for DB Schenker in sport. The first was when the company became an official service provider for the 2000 Sydney Olympics. The second one was when the company signed an agreement with the International Olympic Committee in 2003. Both of these points provided a tremendous platform in the world of sport.”

Having established a competence centre and team across the globe, the Commonwealth Games has been and remains a major focus for the DB Schenker Sports Events team.

DB Schenker was the official supplier for Manchester 2002 and Melbourne 2006, and a major service provider for Delhi 2010.

So it is with great enthusiasm that DB Schenker will be the Official Logistic Provider to the Glasgow 2014 Organising Committee and to the Commonwealth Games.

DB Schenker’s core service offerings of Logistics and Freight Forwarding services shall be available to the Commonwealth Games Family, with an established project team in Glasgow.

With 15 locations and over 730 employees, the company provides a complete range of land operations, international air and ocean freight forwarding and all related integrated logistics services and global supply chain management throughout the United Kingdom.

DB Schenker has annual sales of 19 billion euros, with 94,600 employees and 2,000 offices around the world. DB Schenker is one of the world’s leading providers of integrated logistics services, offering land operations, air and ocean freight as well as comprehensive logistics solutions and global supply chain management from a single source. DB Schenker is a part of the Transport and Logistics Division of Deutsche Bahn.

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