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Wherever in the world athletes are competing for medals or trophies, the logistics requirements of stakeholders up from athletes itself to sponsors or media are always high.

Similarly, when it comes to shows and cultural events, all logistics activities need to run smoothly behind the scenes.

DB Schenker is one of the world’s leading providers of customized logistics solutions in the field of sports and event logistics. When it comes to the planning, coordination and organization of all kinds of logistics services, DB SCHENKERsportsevents can also develop an individual logistics package for you and your needs.

Sports logistics - to make you a champion 
Organizing international sporting events is a demanding task, regardless of whether it is the World Cup, the Olympic Games, sailing regattas or athletics championships. In addition to managing the logistics for the sporting events themselves, the experts at DB SCHENKERsportsevents also develop individual logistics concepts for accompanying programs such as opening and closing ceremonies, or hospitality and cultural programs.

Event logistics - to make it brilliant 
Whether it is a varied marquee entertainment program, a corporate event or a global promotional tour, event logistics is a highly complex task that requires absolute flexibility from logistics in order to comply with the tight schedules.

When developing and implementing logistics concepts, the project planners at DB SCHENKERsportsevents not only provide the required land, air and ocean transport services, but also coordinate worldwide transport, warehouse and venue logistics. This includes implementing security systems and complex customs formalities, order picking/packing activities or providing just-in-time deliveries to venues. Thanks to DB Schenker’s global network, our logistics concepts know no bounds.

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We would be happy to advise you in person further details and work out a logistics package tailored to your needs.

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Last modified: 05.02.2016

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