Quick and lasting change is commonplace in today’s world – in business and technology in particular there is never a moment’s rest. The logistics industry is extremely diverse and is made up of elaborately interrelated and interdependent fields of activity. We will inform you on a regular basis about changes that affect the logistics industry and about important news and developments within the MBS Group so that you are always kept up to date and have a full overview of developments
  • Feb
    2019
      Looking for the right partner to award your precious business to? We are on location for you and extend your level of service and expertise in the eye of your customer. We are MBS – The Art of Logistics.   We gladly invite you to meet us during the conference and we certainly look forward to the opportunity of meeting you! Come and visit us at our Booth Nr F1/ F2/ F11 we will make it worth... Learn more  Newsletter
  • Jan
    2019
    We are pleased to announce that Mr. Maximilian Peters has started his new position as Management Assistant at MBS Speditionsgesellschaft.   Mr. Peters has successfully completed his apprenticeship in shipping, as well as his studies as BSc in Shipping, Trade and Transport and MSc in International Supply Chain Management. He has several years of experience in different areas of the maritime... Learn more  Newsletter
  • Oct
    2018
    Hurricane Michael hit level 4 on Wednesday morning and could cause high tides in Florida. He is scheduled to meet on Wednesday in Florida and would then be the strongest ever measured hurricane. The preparations and evacuations are in full swing.   «The outer rainbands slowly reach the coast. This is a life-threatening event for parts of the northeastern Gulf Coast, "wrote the National... Learn more  Newsletter
  • Sep
    2018
    Dear customers,   due to national celebrations, our offices in China will be open between 22.09.18 - 24.09.18 (Mid-Autumn Festival) and the 01.10.18 - 07.10.18 (National Day) stay closed.   Your MBS team Learn more  Newsletter
  • Sep
    2018
    Hurricane "Florence" moves despite reduced wind strength with great destructive power on the southeast coast of the United States.   Due to current weather conditions, delays and outages at the following ports are likely: Virginia, Norfolk, Wilmington, Charleston and Savannah. As the National Hurricane Center announced on Thursday night, the storm is sweeping across the Atlantic at wind... Learn more  Newsletter

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