DB Schenker's "mother" company is the Deutches Bundesbahn and is represented in over 130 countries at more than 2000 locations.
What does BB stand for?
BB stands for Bundesbahn (German Federal Railroad)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 199 other meanings of BB in our Acronym Attic
- Bubble Buddy (Spongebob Squarepants cartoon)
- Buffalo Bill
- Buffer Base (blood measurement)
- Buffer Broadcasting
- Bugle Boy
- Bugs Bunny
- Building Block
- Bulletin Board
- Bully Busters
- Bumble and bumble (hair care products)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Progress of the Reform In 1990, after the reunion of Germany, the State enterprise Deutshe Reichsbahn of Eastern Germany was merged with the State enterprise Deutshe Bundesbahn into one company Deutshe Eisenbahn.
It then explains the comprehensive shock and vibration testing that is carried out on the enclosures and systems, in accordance with IEC, SNCF and Deutsche Bundesbahn standards.
module containers, especially constructed for the transportation of bulk coffee, have been loaded and assembled on railroad wagons of the German Bundesbahn.
ZTS currently provides an RIT solution for the Deutsche Bundesbahn (one of Europe's largest rail vendors), has distribution rights for Europe's largest travel vendors including Best Western Hotels, Steigenberger Hotels and A-Rosa Cruise Lines and has access to all four Global Distribution Systems.
Joining the Rheinland-Pfalz Chapter, Kurt was soon arranging visits to venues like the Mercedes truck factory and Bundesbahn operations in Frankfurt and Saarbruecken to share knowledge between industry and government.
French: ER, Italian: SR SBB = Schweizedsche Bundesbahn All three abbreviations for the Swiss Federal Railways are marked on the side of its railway cars.
Creative wins : American Legacy (USA) ; Vision Express (UK) ; Pastis 51 (France) ; Schweizerische Bundesbahn (Switzerland) ; Koenig Pilsener (Germany) ; Nutricia (India) ; Peugeot (China); Carrefour (Argentina) 2.