DB Schenker uses AI to improve supply chain transparency

Delayed goods have plagued global supply chains for years, and logistics group DB Schenker has now developed a digital platform that increases shipment transparency for shippers and collaborators.

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German freight forwarder DB Schenker has taken artificial intelligence (AI) into use in an attempt to create more predictability in global supply chains for the company, its customers, and collaborators.

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