DB Schenker announced the expansion of its digitally forward innovation, connect 4.0, the platform that allows customers to book air freight shipments quickly and conveniently online.

“Streamlining the logistics process as easy as Click. Ship. Done., the connect 4 air platform will provide hassle-free logistics services and meet all the real-time tracking needs of a customer, including access to the company’s global transportation network,” reads the release.

The platform can be accessed through – https://www.dbschenker.com/in-en/connect/connect-4-0
With 35 office locations and more than 51 warehouses covering more than 3.1 million sq. ft. of warehousing space, DB Schenker in India is positioned to seamlessly serve its customers for its end-to-end logistics solutions across the world. DB Schenker has a portfolio of clients in India, spread across verticals such as aerospace, electronics, industrial, automotive, retail & consumer and healthcare.

The connect 4.0 platform is yet another initiative towards strengthening the adoption of digital solutions. The platform is an online portal that streamlines shipping processes to deliver a seamless interface for customers.
With this expansion, the company has combined the ocean and air transport activities on a single platform, offering customers a unique experience by helping them customize shipping services like getting real-time instant quotes, as well as booking and tracking a shipment with 24/7 online visibility from pick up to delivery.
Vishal Sharma CEO – cluster India and Indian sub-continent, DB Schenker, said, “We are excited to expand connect 4.0 services to the customers looking to transport shipments through Air. Our connect 4 ocean platform, which was introduced earlier has been highly appreciated by the customers and the second offering of air freight is a testament to the platform’s success in India. We will continue to develop local logistics capabilities in order to address the growing demand from small enterprises, especially with digital solutions since MSMEs currently contribute to 48 percent of the nation’s export.”

Source: ITLN