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DB Schenker offers air & ocean freight solutions in Berlin.

DB Schenker Logistics will present solutions in air and ocean freight for the global perishable market, in line with the rapidly changing consumer demands. Experts will be available at the DB Schenker stand C-09 in hall 25, from February 5 to 7, 2014 at the Fruit Logistica (International Trade Fair for Fruit and Vegetable Marketing) in Berlin.

"Moving perishables has become a global business with sophisticated logistics requirements," says Thomas Mack, Head of Global Air Freight, Schenker AG. "We offer proven one-stop-shopping solutions and thus wish to make our expertise accessible to a broad spectrum of perishable customers. With our solution DB SCHENKERjetcargofresh we provide a seamless, time-definite and cost-effective air freight solution for perishable consumer goods."

A special focus will be on the Latin American market which is producing a wide variety of perishables throughout the year. In air freight, DB Schenker is handling berries from Chile to the United States, also salmon from Chile for the U.S., as well as asparagus and snow peas from Peru to the U.S. and to Europe. Handling fresh foilage from Mexico to the Netherlands is also part of the offering.

In ocean freight, DB Schenker makes sure that tangerines, oranges, lemons, and peaches from Argentina reach the markets in countries like Russia, Spain, Canada, the Netherlands, Kazakhstan, and Indonesia.

"Transporting perishable goods demands specialized knowledge, reliability and constant high quality," states Diederick de Vroet, Head of Global Ocean Freight, Schenker AG. "Whether the business is temperature-sensitive foodstuffs or non-food merchandise like plants, we give perishable shippers the special care they need, allowing them to adapt to the rapidly changing consumer demands.

"With DB SCHENKERperishables we offer door-to- door ocean freight solutions for sensitive goods requiring special atmospheric and temperature conditions along the entire transport chain."

DB Schenker Logistics to provide services to Neste Oil

DB Schenker in Finland has been awarded a storage and distribution contract from Neste Oil, a refining and marketing company focused on low-emission, high-quality traffic fuels.

DB Schenker will store roughly 5,000 pallets of lubrication oils, greases, car care and household chemicals at its new 25,000 square meter multi- customer warehouse located in NurmijEnrvi, Finland. The facility will be TAPA A-certified and will offer various storage conditions, fulfilling Neste Oil's strict safety requirements for chemicals storage, as well as those of regulatory authorities. At its NurmijEnrvi facility, DB Schenker provides selected warehousing areas for different products all in one location. These include an unheated area for lubricants which do not need temperature control, an ambient temperature area for unclassified products as well as a certified area for products that are highly flammable, corrosive or irritant and need to be stored under special supervision.

Along with warehousing, DB Schenker will also offer value-added services such as labeling, re-/co-packing and sampling, as well as domestic distribution in Finland and international distribution. Neste Oil's products are exported mainly to Russia and Ukraine. For these eastbound exports, DB Schenker will produce the needed export documents electronically in cooperation with Neste Oil on the customer's extranet.

DB Schenker has also previously signed a contract with Neste Oil Russia in St. Petersburg to warehouse all of Neste Oil's own packed products imported for Neste Oil's local retail stations.

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