DB Schenker India, a leading logistics company, has signed an MoU with the Container Corporation of India (CONCOR) to collaborate for EXIM and domestic business with a strong emphasis on sustainability. CONCOR is a prominent logistics service provider in India, with a pan-India presence at 64 container terminals.
The MoU was signed on 19 December 2023 in New Delhi in the presence of Sanjay Swarup, CMD of CONCOR, Kinjal Pande, CEO of DB Schenker (India and Indian Subcontinent), along with senior officials from CONCOR and DB Schenker.
Kinjal Pande, Chief Executive officer – DB Schenker, Cluster India and Indian Subcontinent, remarked, “This strategic collaboration marks an important milestone in our commitment to provide enhanced sustainable products to our customers. Road continues to be the dominant mode of transport in India and through this strategic partnership for Rail Freight, we want to significantly change the trend towards a low carbon future.”
Sanjay Swarup said both CONCOR and DB Schenker are leaders in their respective fields and the two organizations are joining hands to provide bouquet of end-to-end services in a seamless manner for customers which would also help in further improving India’s position in ‘ease of doing business’ that is a prime focus area for the government of India.
With around 76,600 employees at more than 1,850 locations in over 130 countries, DB Schenker is one of the world’s leading logistics providers globally. The company operates land, air, and ocean transportation services, and it also offers comprehensive logistics and global supply chain management solutions from a single source.
Container Corporation of India has a widespread network of 64 Inland container depots/container freight stations/domestic container terminals in India.