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The start-up scene and the logistics industry

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The start-up scene and the logistics industry

In recent years, the start-up scene has also established itself in the field of logistics. With more than 2.9 million employees and a turnover of around EUR 240 billion, the logistics industry is one of the largest economic sectors in Germany. Germany is considered a logistics world champion. The market offers young and innovative start-ups enormous potential. Many start-ups are dealing with the …

Megatrends determine the mobility of tomorrow

Zukunftsinstitut: Megatrend map

Megatrends determine the mobility of tomorrow

Christian Rauch, Managing Director of the Zukunftsinstitut (Future Institute) based in Frankfurt, is working with his team on the megatrends of the future. In an interview with logistik aktuell, he explains the megatrend map and provides an insight into the changing mobility. logistik aktuell: When we talk about the future, what exactly are we talking about? Christian Rauch: There is no simple …

Team spirit for Operation Formula 1

Interview with Sören Hell from DB Schenker sportsevents

Team spirit for Operation Formula 1

DB Schenker has been supporting the Formula 1 team at Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport for four years. Sören Hell, project manager for the cooperation between DB Schenker and Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport reflects on the past four years and gives an insight into the DB Schenker team's experiences as part of the Formula 1 circus. logistik aktuell: What is the one race you will always remember? …

Formula One ™ premiere: three countries in three weeks

A marathon for every team

Formula One ™ premiere: three countries in three weeks

For the first time ever, the Formula One (tm) racing calendar has three consecutive races in three different countries for three weekends in a row. This puts the logistics crew up against a challenge, but with their strong team spirit, says Denis Marinkovic, a project manager at DB Schenker, they'll have no problem getting the job done. "In the last few years, we have optimized the processes for …

Behind the Scenes

Start into the new Formula OneTM-season

Behind the Scenes

In every type of sport there is a team standing behind the sport team to support. This also applies in Formula OneTM races. More than 800 employees work at the headquarters of Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to improve the design, development and production processes of the Mercedes-AMG F1 W09 EQ Power+. The logistics during the European races is handled by a DB …

Teamwork: logistics coordination and Nordic combined

Road to PyeongChang: How logistics experts and athletes work together for the Olympics

Teamwork: logistics coordination and Nordic combined

The Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang have had a successful start. The German House, the meeting point of the German athletics team, was completed on schedule with the help of DB Schenker and inaugurated in style. Logistik aktuell met up with Johannes Rydzek – Germany’s Sports Personality of the Year 2017 – to find out about the crossovers between the disciplines of "logistics coordination" and …

Last Formula 1 Performance 2017 for DB Schenker

Last Formula 1 Performance 2017 for DB Schenker

For the DB Schenker team, the 2017 Formula 1 season will be finished after the last race on European soil taking place in Monza. For Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport, another seven decisive races are scheduled this season. The Formula 1 racing season will end on 26 November 2017 in Abu Dhabi. Until then, things remain exciting. Routine, yes – relaxation, no The result of the cooperation between …

72 hours to Silverstone

Roadmovie

72 hours to Silverstone

Ever wondered how Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport overcomes the logistical challenge of a back-to-back race weekend? Follow the race against time with Tobi, Tanja, Jim, Albi, Henry and the rest of the DB Schenker crew responsible for such a feat from Spielberg to Silverstone and see how DB Schenker manage this challenge at every European Formula One race.   The team is on the road with a …

First heated battle, then cool down

Summer break for Formula 1 Teams

The Grand Prix von Ungarn Hungarian Grand Prix is notorious for its extreme temperatures. This year, meteorologists again predict a hot race day. Race drivers and teams will once again show maximum performance followed by the reward of a well-earned holiday. Sorry, we're closed After the Hungarian Grand Prix, all facilities in the British motor sports valley (Link: Brackley) will be closed. …

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