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Part and full loads - punctual, reliable and economical

The shortest link to your markets - Europe-wide and from under one roof. DB SCHENKERdirect is the efficient solution for your part and full loads.

Your personal contact agent here at DB Schenker will provide you with a fast, cost-effective and high-quality solution for your consignments.

Whether you have a part or a full load to ship, DB Schenker provides you with the freight space to suit your specific needs — any time, anywhere in Europe, whenever and wherever you need it.

DB SCHENKERdirect is punctual, reliable and economical, too.

All you need from a single source

  • You want to reach your market faster than your competitors?
  • You need to be able to deliver on time, even in extreme situations, such as conveyor standstill, production downtime and fixed-date delivery contracts?
  • You produce following order placement or your business partner has brought the delivery date forward?

The shortest route from A to B is with DB SCHENKERdirect. You tell us when your consignment needs to arrive at which location, we take it straight to your recipient. Direct - without any detours thanks to individual order processing - using our own modern fleet and well-trained drivers. Punctual, reliable and economical.

The advantages DB SCHENKERdirect offers you at a glance


  • Standardized freight scheduling processes
  • Experienced freight scheduling clerks
  • Reliable drivers
  • Wherever you are, we are never far away - short lines of communication

Loading space availability due to:

  • Our own fleet of vehicles
  • Affiliated companies
  • Subcontractors
  • Special-purpose equipment

Quality thanks to:

  • Certified workflows
  • Employee training (process and tour monitoring)
  • Selected and tested subcontractors

Economic efficiency

  • Personnel development (e.g. cost-effective driving, tour optimization)
  • Intelligent, IT-supported freight scheduling
  • Ongoing process-optimization
  • Use of the very latest equipment (minimal energy consumption and low CO2 emissions)

Last modified: 16.02.2016

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