Our logistical challenge: Your satisfaction.
Every day we give everything for our customers because we know their success is also our success. Their positive feedback is what drives us in our daily work.
Our solutions are as diverse as the orders we receive from a range of industries. We would like to thank our partners for their trust and loyalty. Here are just a few examples:
BASF - Mutual trust
BASF entrusts DB Cargo with its single-wagonload transports, and Deutsche Bahn will also operate the Ludwigshafen–Antwerp rolling pipeline until the end of 2017. We value this trust and are working together to set even higher quality standards for our transport services in future.
Evonik - longtime loyalty
Our customer Evonik is also set to remain with us over the next few years, having recently signed a multi-year framework agreement. "The new contract sets the framework for ongoing improvement of transport planning and quality and a boost in efficiency. Using KPIs and creating a high level of cost transparency will help achieve this," said Matthias Heil, Vice President Procurement at Evonik Industries AG.
OCI Nitrogen - Reach new targets together
OCI Nitrogen is a long-standing customer of DB Cargo BTT in shunting operations, ammonia transport and technical wagon management. Álvaro Torres, purchasing manager at OCI Nitrogen: "For decades there was a silo mentality among the various players in rail freight transport, with everyone concentrating only on their own area of responsibility. We need a holistic approach to take the issue of safety to the next level. Everyone needs to talk to each other and act together. A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. If one link fails, we all fail. With the Rail Safety Days, DB Cargo BTT is taking a step in the right direction to increase transparency, dialogue and mutual understanding between all the parties involved in the transport of hazardous goods and to help us find a common goal together."
WACKER - continuous improvement
Efficient handling has enabled us to reduce transnational empty runs into Germany for WACKER by almost a quarter. Switching all transport between Burghausen and Munich to rail has also substantially reduced CO2 emissions.