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DB sets yet another passenger record

(Berlin, 19. March 2015) DB publishes its first integrated report - Nearly EUR 40 billion in revenues in 2014 • Strikes and storms put pressure on profits • Over 12,000 new employees hired in Germany - DB drives digitalization

Second worldwide DB Employee Survey

(Berlin, 21. January 2015) Satisfaction increases worldwide from 3.6 to 3.7 - GfK: Impressive trend – DB CEO Grube: Enormous achievement, but no reason to ease off

DB seeks estimated damages of $2.5 billion in lawsuits against airlines in air cargo cartel

(Berlin, 1. December 2014) Treble Damages could increase the total risks for sued Airlines up to more than $ 3.3 billion

Longest strike in DB history is bullyboy tactics

(Berlin, 6. November 2014) DB Board Member Weber: Call off strike immediately - Free service number 08000 996633 available from this evening - Replacement timetable for Thursday also available from Tuesday evening

Passenger transport

Transportation & Logistics

DB Schenker and TÜV Rheinland Develop New Logistics System

(Antwerp/Frankfurt/Cologne, March 24, 2015) A Solution That Boosts Transparency and Security in Global Transportation

Dr. Thomas Lieb leaves Schenker AG

(Frankfurt am Main/Essen, 12 March 2015) DB thanks for longstanding dedication as Head of DB Schenker Logistics

DB Schenker: New automotive logistics center in Shenyang

(Frankfurt/Essen/Shenyang, September 15, 2014) Pressing ahead with the joint venture with a Chinese partner

DB Schenker Award 2013 goes to Dr. Oluseye Oloruntoba

(Berlin/Frankfurt, September 9, 2014) Academic at the University of Newcastle, Australia wins the international logistics prize worth 10,000 euros - First DB Schenker Science Day on future trends in logistics

DB is claiming damages from air cargo cartel

(Berlin, August 26, 2014) Schenker AG, the logistics subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn AG, has filed a complaint in New York federal court claiming damages from air cargo carriers Air France, KLM, Martinair, Cargolux, Qantas, SAS and All Nippon Airways.