Competitor targets Damco's customers in the wake of Maersk's new plan

German competitor DB Schenker has sent an offer to Maersk-owned Damco's customers offering to acquire short-term contracts. This happens after Maersk has opted to drop Damco as an independent brand.

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German freight forwarder DB Schenker, part of state-owned Deutsche Bahn, now pursues Damco's customers, reports industry media Loadstar.

This comes after owner Maersk announced last week that Damco will be placed under Maersk's logistics and service products, and as such will cease to exist as an independent brand at the end of 2020.

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