DB Schenker Rail Nederland
Netherlands largest rail transport operator
DB Schenker Nederland N.V. is the Netherlands’ largest rail transport operator and a subsidiary of DB AG, a prominent, global logistics services provider, with major interests in forwarding, air freight, seaborne cargo, road haulage and rail transport.
DB Schenker Rail has a workforce of some 700 in the Netherlands, as well as its own locomotives, wagons and train drivers. DB Schenker Rail Nederland, together with DB Schenker Rail Deutschland and DB Schenker Rail Danmark, are the freight division of Deutsche Bahn AG.
DB Schenker Rail is responsible for rail transport operations on the European continent. The strategy is designed to reinforce the group’s presence on the major international transport routes, thus enabling it to offer customers an attractively priced and flawlessly executed transport product. Large-scale investments in multi-voltage locomotives, which make it possible to perform non-stop cross-border operations, are among the mainstays of this strategy.
DB Schenker Rail is the transport and logistics division of Deutsche Bahn AG. With a workforce of about 200,000, Deutsche Bahn is Germany's largest employer and active in the field of passenger transport and logistic solutions. Take a look at the website for more information.
Large seaports and major industrial centres
Our trains serve the seaports of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Vlissingen, Moerdijk, Terneuzen and Delfzijl on a daily basis. And this includes the storage and processing terminals present in these ports. In the hinterland, too, we serve almost all large companies and the major industrial centres.
Last modified: 03.05.2012