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Experts advise customers from around the world regarding logistics for wines of all provenances


DB Schenker Logistics will present a diverse range of logistics solutions for the world of wine at the ProWein international trade fair for wines and spirits held in Düsseldorf, Germany, from March 23 to 25. Its experts will be on hand at booth K09 in hall 06.1 to offer information on storage logistics, multimodal transport solutions, customs and insurance.
Protecting wine from fluctuating temperatures is an important topic for the entire wine industry. DB Schenker Logistics provides transport in refrigerated containers for especially high-value wines for markets in China, Japan, South Korea, Australia and the United States. These containers help prevent temperature fluctuations during overseas journeys, maintaining the wine's premium quality.
Thermal hoods protect wine from temperature fluctuations during land transport. In addition, the new eProvenance solution ensures that premium wines taste the same after distribution as they do at the chateau. eProvenance technology monitors the temperature of wine during transport, in storage and on the way from the producer to the customer. "eProvenance is a proven technology that solves a common problem throughout the industry," said Lutz Wempe, Head of DB SCHENKERbeverages. "It is a major advancement in protecting fine wine and should be used at all levels, from the vineyard to the dealer, importer or wholesaler and on to the retailer. The system is the perfect complement to our DB SCHENKERsmartbox solution."
DB Schenker Logistics is also a partner of the Wine Explorers project (www.wine-explorers.net). The project is taking a census of all of the wine-growing regions in the world, collecting a few bottles from each region, and bringing them to DB Schenker in Bordeaux. In the span of three years, the project aims to taste, analyze and classify some 10,000 wines from 92 countries with 250 wine-growing regions and 2,500 wineries and transport them to temperature-controlled storage – a task that DB Schenker, as a specialist in wine logistics and a leading global integrated logistics service provider, gladly supports.
Wine from the African country of Zimbabwe is now being transported to Europe as part of this project. These wines are also protected from temperature fluctuations during their journey.

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