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July


DB Schenker tests automated "Wiesel" swap-body transporter

DB Schenker is the world's first logistics service provider testing an automated "Wiesel" at its site in Nuremberg. This vehicle manufactured by KAMAG has been developed to transport swap bodies at logistics yards and can move these autonomously.

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June


DB Schenker is the world's first logistics service provider offering 3-D printing solutions

Berlin

At present, printing includes medical devices made from stainless steel, robot gripper fingers made from plastic, or customized packaging material.

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Platooning in the logistics industry: world's first practical use of networked truck convoys in Germany

Berlin

Research project of DB Schenker, MAN Truck & Bus, and Hochschule Fresenius starts in the test phase on the A9 highway

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DB invests in two new mobility solutions

Berlin / San Francisco / New York

Deutsche Bahn is taking a stake in Ridecell and GoKid, two startups in the US • DB is expanding expertise in shared mobility • Opportunities and potential synergy for improving the company's own products

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DB Schenker introduces intelligent scanning glove in Germany

Berlin

DB Schenker implements ProGlove – an intelligent scanning glove – at its warehouse in Eching near Munich. ProGlove is a device for scanning barcodes in the picking process. The small and lightweight scanning unit is attached to a glove worn by...

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DB Schenker introduces iHub project in Berlin

Joint research project assessing potentials of electric trucks for delivery services in urban areas

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Getting closer to the Asian market: Deutsche Bahn and Georgian Railway sign agreement in Berlin

Strategic partnership opens up new opportunities for growth

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DB brings rail travel of the future to this year's CEBIT

Germany

Live World Cup broadcasts in the Train of Idea's big-screen compartment

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April


Michael Odenwald elected to serve as new Chairman of DB Supervisory Board

Berlin

Term runs until March 2020 • "There is much to do – let's tackle it together," says Odenwald. • "We look forward to our work together," says DB CEO Dr. Richard Lutz.

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March


Deutsche Bahn: revenues and profit up • New passenger record set in long distance transport