DB Schenker under special administration in Italy on suspicions of mob connection

The Italian police have put logistics firm DB Schenker’s subsidiary Schenker Italiana under special administration following suspicions of a connection with mafia organization ’Ndrangheta through a subsupplier, write a number of media.

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Logistics giant DB Schenker, owned by German government railway company Deutsche Bahn, has become part of a shady case in Italy.

Subsidiary Schenker Italiana, which has around 1,400 employees and 34 branch offices in the country, has been put under special administration by a Milan court.

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