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History

The beginning of the 21st century...

2000
Opening of the Integrated Logistics Center Rotterdam.

Schenker, Inc. named for the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Winter Games.

Schenker and Deutsche Bahn establish Railog joint venture for rail related logistics services.

2001
Merger of Schenker-BTL (Deutschland) AG and Schenker International Deutschland GmbH to form Schenker Deutschland AG. 

2002
Schenker celebrates its 130th birthday.

Schenker and Seino merge their international and logistics activities in Japan into Schenker-Seino Ltd.

Schenker Deutschland AG

The Integrated Logistics Centre Narita, Tokyo is opened.

Deutsche Bahn takes over majority of Stinnes.

2003
Official Supplier to the IOC for freight forwarding and customs clearance services for the Olympic Games (Athens 2004, Turin 2006, Beijing 2008).

Integration of Schenker and Joyau in France.

2004
Integration of Schenker and Spedpol positions Schenker as one of the leading providers of integrated logistics in Poland.

'A-Class' license for new subsidiary in the growth market China.

2005
Schenker logistics center for consumer goods in Willebroek, Belgium, starts operations.

Strengthening of the network in Russia and of the market position in Norway with Linjegods.

2006

New structure at DB Logistics.

Acquisition of BAX Global.

New Logistics Hub North Asia in Korea.

2007

Opening first multimodal logistics center in Finland.

Acquisition of Spain-TIR.

2008
Merger of the previous shares Europac GmbH, J.R. Weichelt GmbH, Mair Spedition & Logistik GmbH, F.W. Neukirch Speditions GmbH, Railog GmbH as well as Roll GmbH.

Last modified: 22.02.2016

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