DB Schenker sees significant growth in seafreight

DB Schenker's seafreight division grew 8.5 percent in the first half of the year. The German logistics group thus surpasses the growth of its competitors.

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Logistics company DB Schenker, part of Deutsche Bahn, saw improvements in the first half of the year. The company's seafreight division grew 8.5 percent in volumes, according to DB Schenker's 2nd quarter interim report.

This means that DB Schnenker grew a little bit more than competitors Panalpina and Kuehne+Nagel in the first half of the year. The two competitors both saw 8 percent growth in their seafreight businesses in the period.

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