Schenker Australia NZ will provide logistics services for Australian and New Zealand customers heading to the Beijing 2008 Olympic and Paralympic Games such as the AOC (Australian Olympic Committee), APC (Australian Paralympic Committee), Seven Network, NZOC (New Zealand Olympic Committee), PNZ (Paralympics New Zealand), broadcast equipment suppliers, athletes’ uniform providers and many more.
DB Schenker will look after shipments from all parts of the world, including a variety of equipment such as athletes gear, broadcasting equipment, medical goods, food, sailing equipment and a large amount of other freight.
All of the required equipment for the games is being shipped via DB Schenker air, ocean and land traffic services, delivered to all venues in and around Beijing, to Qingdao for the sailing events and Hong Kong for equestrian competitions.
The DB Schenker warehouse in Beijing uses grade A security with freight being watched 24/7.
With tight security and customs requirements, DB Schenker will ensure the safe and secure delivery of freight for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Schenker Australia has previously provided logistics services to major events like the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games and the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games.
Specialised and very professional DB Schenker teams have been the pivotal point for all parties involved in handling the freight from origin to destination.
DB Schenker customers know that experienced staff, speed and flexibility are crucial to make the logistics for events of such magnitude happen.
Schenker Australia Pty Ltd. was established in 1962 in Sydney.
Today, Schenker Australia Pty. Ltd. provides a complete range of international air and ocean freight as well as land transportation, together with integrated logistics services and supply chain management.
Schenker comprises over 1,200 people in 36 locations in Australia, and seven in New Zealand.