Track your freight on your Blackberry

DB Schenker Logistics now offers tracking by BlackBerry, using customer-specific search criteria and many different language versions.

 

DB Schenker Logistics clients can now use BlackBerry smartphones to check the status of their shipments. The DB Schenker Tracking App is available as a free download on the BlackBerry App World.

 

The app offers the same convenience that has made recently-launched Version 2.0 for iPhones so attractive: clients can use more search criteria to track shipments, including all references entered at booking, such as the delivery note number and invoice number, as well as the air waybill and bill of lading.

 

The app is available in German, English, Chinese, Finnish, Dutch, Polish, Spanish and Czech.

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