Right material in the right order
With so much production now centred in the Asia Pacific region, over the years DB Schenker has established itself as a leader in production logistics solutions.
Our experience in material flow and sequencing in manufacturing plants has made us the partner of choice for our customers. We understand your needs and have the proven capabilities to match. As a partner we help to keep your supply chain lean, providing just the right quantity of inbound materials reliably and on time.
In the high-tech/electronics sector DB Schenker established itself as a leader and partner of choice for Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) solutions for inbound to production centres, our systems, operational techniques and service excellence have allowed us to remain at the forefront ever since.
In the automotive sector we service some of the most renowned and successful automakers in the world with supplier parks and in-line feed production logistics solutions handling both the complex and high volume operations. In the healthcare sector, we have established ourselves as the most qualified and astute solution provider in the Asia Pacific region with multiple awards and pioneering inroads such as gaining the highest standards and licenses ahead of the industry.
DB Schenker applies the latest techniques and systems to provide services ranging from inbound transportation, line-side feeding, order sequencing, quality assurance, kitting and pre-production preparation or un-packaging/packaging services in addition to a range of tailored solutions to support your production.
With postponement and inventory management services to suit regulatory or supply chain conditions, DB Schenker supports your production throughout eliminating bottlenecks, so that it operates effectively and efficiently.
At DB Schenker, we also provide sub-assembly, product testing and quality assurance. kitting, labelling, tagging, packaging solutions and other add value services that delve deeper into supporting your production logistics needs.
Last modified: 26.02.2015