DB Schenker partners with Magento to offer complete supply chain solution

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Logistics and supply chain management provider DB Schenker has partnered with e-commerce platform Magento to offer small and midsize merchants a new extension that conveniently links web shops with warehouse services.

By combining Magento’s e-commerce platform with DB Schenker’s fulfillment expertise, retailers benefit from a cost-effective connection between the front and back end on a global scale. The solution includes all related warehousing activities – such as pick and pack – and provides delivery status updates along the entire supply chain. As a strategic partner, Magento currently provides merchants with a flexible shopping cart system based on open source technology.

Jochen Thewes, CEO of DB Schenker, said, “We are actively investing in new products and channels and are looking forward to partnering with Magento to set new standards in global supply chain management. I fully believe that our new solution will help significantly improve our customers’ e-commerce businesses.”

Ryan Murden, head of business development at Magento Commerce, said, “We are pleased to welcome DB Schenker as our newest global logistics partner and look forward to helping our joint merchants achieve a smooth end-to-end e-commerce experience. The new partnership with Magento underscores DB Schenker’s objective of becoming a leading global provider in e-commerce logistics.”

The new Warehouse Manager module is now available for free via the Magento Marketplace extension.

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