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DB Schenker wins a BHP project


Thursday, 25 Apr 2019 ( #920 ) - Perth, Australia
Local News Story
DB Schenker wins another contract
DB Schenker has been awarded a contract to provide freight forwarding and logistics services to the BHP Billiton Iron Ore South Flank Project in Western Australia.

The two-year contract, valued at $55 million, will cover all international freight forwarding as well as all domestic transport logistics equipment in support of the project located in Western Australia’s Pilbara Region, approximately 1,600 km north of Perth.

The work will be supported by the project control office located in Perth in conjunction with a global network of project offices that are specialised and accustomed to the unique logistics service requirements of the industry.

"We are proud to be selected by BHP to provide a comprehensive freight and logistics solution in support of their very important project," says Frank Vogel, director projects, oil and gas, AU/NZ. "This award will also provide exciting local employment and apprenticeship opportunities for approximately 10 new direct staff for DB Schenker in Western Australia."
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