It will offer a warehouse for hazardous substances with 650 m² of space in addition to a mezzanine with 530 m². Accordingly, the floor space of the logistics specialist at its Klagenfurt site will increase to about 7,500 m². The company also plans to install a photovoltaic plant at the facility. Completion of the terminal will enable DB Schenker to quickly fulfil the requirements of companies, according to Alexander Winter, CEO of DB Schenker in Austria and South East Europe.
DB Schenker employs a workforce of about 2,000 people in Austria working at twelve sites. Schenker & Co AG in Vienna serves as the Cluster Office for the Region South East Europe. More than 5,300 employees work at 80 branch offices in fourteen countries in the region. As a result, DB Schenker in Austria and South East Europe is one of the largest national subsidiaries in the global network of DB Schenker.
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