DB Schenker Limited Strengthens Fleet for 2019 Expansion Plan

Ian Middleton(second left), the DT Dobie Managing Director hands a dummy key of two HD 72 Hyundai trucks to Darren Brown (second right), the CEO of DB Schenker Limited, Ken Gibson (right), the Project Manager and Lucy Mulinge (left), the Opex and Compliance Manager. The trucks will be used to deliver flowers for imports and pharmaceuticals for exports.

DB Schenker Limited,  One of the leading international providers of integrated logistics services, has  strengthened  its  fleet with  the  addition    of  two   new  Hyundai  HD  72  light  trucks  as part of  the  Companies expansion plan for 2019.                                                                                      The  trucks  were  handed over  to  Darren Brown,   the Chief Executive Officer of DB Schenker  Limited, Ken Gibson, the project Manager and Lucy Mulinge the Opec and Compliance Manager by Ian Middleton, the DT Dobie Managing Director and Sarfraz Premji , the DT Dobie General Manager for    Hyundai.

Speaking  at  the  handover  ceremony   Daren Brown  said,  “Hyundai  trucks   are  fuel  efficient  and       reliable    and   the  two  which    we  have  purchased   today  will be used for general cargo including fast moving consumer goods and pharmaceutical products.”

Ian Middleton  expressed gratitude to DB Schenker Limited for choosing Hyundai  trucks  which  are  becoming  increasingly  popular  in Kenya.  He said,  “   This  shows  the  high level of trust the company has for the trucks and the service support provided by  DT Dobie.”

Sarfraz Premji, the DT Dobie  General Manager for Hyundai explained, “The   vehicles  are  serviced  at  our  state  of  the  art  workshop in Lusaka Road, Nairobi  where  we  stock   genuine  parts.  Our  technicians  undergo  regular  training  courses  to  ensure  the  best  possible  maintenance   and  repair  standards.”

DB Schenker (K) Limited has four offices in Kenya two of which are in Nairobi and one each in the port of Mombasa and Malaba border crossing. The Company has over 170  employees and provides domestic transportation, global air and ocean freight as well as comprehensive contract logistics and supply chain services.

DT   Dobie  is a member  of  the  CFAO  group of  companies  in  Africa.