- DB Schenker has joined the EV100 Initiative and signed the self-obligation of the Transport Decarbonization Alliance, according to which urban transport is to be changed to zero-emissions vehicles by 2030.
- DB Schenker is a founding member of the Emission Council for Zero Emission Trucks (ECTA), which is committed to developing the EU-wide political framework for the promotion of low-emissions vehicles.
- Since May 2019, eight MAN-eTGE transporters have been in use in Oslo to operate the city logistics in a low-emissions manner and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by a total of 80%.
- The test, started in the previous year, of five Fuso-eCanter Electric trucks NO. 122 and five eDucato transport vehicles in Germany and France was continued in the year under review.
- With the installation of LED lighting systems NO. 50 at 17 locations in Germany, Finland and France, as well as a photovoltaic system at a location in Sweden, measures have been implemented with an expected total energy saving of about 5.5 MWh per year.
- In the year under review, five sites in Italy, Great Britain and Ireland were equipped as ECO WarehouseNO. 112 As a result, DB Schenker has developed an integrated concept that enables the warehouse building to operate in an energyefficient manner and to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.