DB Schenker strikes up e-commerce partnership

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Logistics firm DB Schenker will begin offering its services through e-commerce sales service provider ChannelAdvisor Corporation after the two firms signed a partnership.

The deal will allow DB Schenker’s customers to connect with over one hundred selling channels supported by ChannelAdvisor, while the e-commerce platform’s customers will get access to DB Schenker’s facilities to enable order fulfilment.

Vanessa Holl, Vice President Global e- commerce Vector Market, Global Contract Logistics at DB Schenker explains: “We are continuously improving our service offering to customers beyond e-fulfilment and our strategic partnership with ChannelAdvisor will offer them comprehensive access to key marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay on a global Level.”

“For most brands and retailers, lack of a global logistics and fulfilment solution is a key factor inhibiting global expansion,” says Håkan Thyr, director of strategic partnerships in EMEA at ChannelAdvisor. “Our alliance with DB Schenker will give our customers access to a leading and global solution to counteract that challenge.”

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