DACHSER expands its LCL network portfolio in sea freight
DACHSER has been offering additional routes between Scandinavia and China since March 2022. The logistics provider’s direct LCL service runs once a week from Copenhagen and Gothenburg to Ningbo and Shanghai. Now that there is no more deconsolidation at the transit terminal, turnaround times are shorter, making this service a particularly fast transport option.
Pizza, pasta, and productivity
Transporting food, especially fresh food, across Europe is a key part of how DACHSER Food Logistics serves the Italian market. Short transit times are in particularly high demand.
The new DACHSER magazine is here!
The economy, logistics, and people all over the world—no matter where you look, we’re all still trying to find our way through very uncertain times. We have yet to tame the coronavirus, as the massive outbreak in the international trade hub of Hong Kong recently made clear. Meanwhile, the world is staring with disbelief at what’s happening in the heart of Europe. The terrible war in Ukraine is causing huge numbers of people to flee their homes.
DACHSER Norway expands to Kristiansand
DACHSER is strengthening its network in the Nordic region and in Europe with a new sales office in Kristiansand, southern Norway. The goal is to attract new customers in the south and west of the country and help the company grow. Up to now, DACHSER Norway was limited to a branch in Vinterbro on the outskirts of Oslo.
Machine learning – Support from the data cosmos
Digitalization makes work in logistics easier and more efficient. Goods and data streams flow together, creating quality and transparency across all process steps. DACHSER can apply machine learning to analyze and use data from day-to-day operations, opening up new horizons for intelligent logistics solutions that add value.
"We have set the course"
2021 was a year of diverse challenges that DACHSER was able to master with great stability and resilience. At the same time, the company set an important strategic course, particularly with regard to its climate protection activities. Here is a text from CEO Burkhard Eling.
A new take on supply chains
The global economy is picking up once more. But the sharp rise in demand has to navigate not only the continuing pandemic but, increasingly, also material shortages. This presents a historic challenge and a real test for supply chains and global networks. Completely abandoning globalization, however, is not an option.
DACHSER takes on 613 junior staff
When a fresh cycle of training started this year in Germany, the logistics provider welcomed 583 new trainees and 30 new students to the DACHSER fold.
Whether providing the population with food, the economy with goods, or hospitals and doctor’s offices with medical supplies, logistics has been on everyone’s lips since the start of the pandemic and is classed as an essential service. DACHSER employees have demonstrated that they have the know-how and dedication to keep the economy’s supply chains working—thereby making an important contribution to society.
Margret is devoted to helping San children
Since 2015, DACHSER and the children's relief organization terre des Hommes have been committed to helping the children of the San people (also known as Bushmen) lead better, more independent lives. Education is an essential component – and 24-year-old Margret Hans is doing all she can to add it to the equation.
“We’re all in this together”
For over a year, the announcement that the coronavirus has led to some big changes has been ringing in our ears. But what has actually changed? Insights and perspectives from DACHSER’s corporate culture.
DACHSER establishes a competence center for data science and machine learning
Since the beginning of June, DACHSER has pooled the expertise it has gained in various research and innovation projects on the topics of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data science in its new in-house Competence Center Data Science & Machine Learning.
The new DACHSER magazine is here!
One of the key phrases of the last few months at DACHSER was “Keeping the good and shaping agility.” This is also the title of the interview with Burkhard Eling in the latest DACHSER magazine, in which DACHSER’s new CEO explains what these words mean to him.
“A high degree of stability and reliability”
Even if concrete forecasts are currently difficult, there is cause for cautious optimism. CEO Burkhard Eling on initial trends and an outlook for 2021.
The women fighting the coronavirus
Right at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, a distribution company based in northern Spain aligned itself with the new market requirements: in 2020, Pharmediq enlisted DACHSER’s help to transport more than 100 million masks and other protective equipment to locations in Spain and other European countries.
Customer confidence strengthened: DACHSER is satisfied with the year´s results
DACHSER can look back on a successful 2020, which was characterized by the loyalty and climate of mutual trust between the logistics provider, its customers, and its transport partners. DACHSER’s consolidated net revenue totaled EUR 5.61 billion, a slight decrease of 0.9 percent compared to the previous year.
A solid footing worldwide
Homes without any wood-based products from Austrian manufacturer Kaindl/Kronospan are few and far between. Achieving such widespread distribution poses quite the logistical challenge.