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Career Opportunities with Schenker Philippines

Everyday, thousands of customers across every continent entrust DB Schenker with their cargoes. DB Schenker enjoys a global presence and is at the fore-front of logistics development.

Everyday, more than 94,600 employees and in over 2,000 locations in about 130 countries, thousands of customers entrust DB Schenker with their cargoes. As one of the leading international providers of integrated logistics services, DB Schenker enjoys a global presence and is at the fore-front of logistics development.

To fulfill our customers' ever-increasing needs and to ensure absolute customer satisfaction, Schenker's Regional Logistics Center based in Philippines is currently seeking motivated and talented individuals to join our fast-expanding organization.

In Schenker Philippines, we provide career development for motivated individuals aiming to accumulate experience in a freight-forwarding multi-national corporation. We recognize the importance of training and exposure to enable staff to perform their jobs and develop them for higher responsibilities. As such, we provide intensive training to our staff by means of on-the-job training, job rotation as well as external professional courses.

More importantly, we also afford them the opportunity to expand and deepen their professional and personal skills by exchanging ideas, receiving professional input and working on various projects. Expert support and coaching are also provided by Schenker executives and human resource professionals.

Thousands of customers entrust their cargoes with DB Schenker. As one of the leading international providers of integrated logistics services, Schenker enjoys a global presence and is at the fore-front of logistics development.

If you are contemplating a job in a place which provides the opportunities for you to grow and at the same time actualize your talents, look no further and send us your detailed resume, stating your current and expected salary.

Last modified: 18.09.2014

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