Brochure design and content development
Modern ships are among the largest things built by man. The parts used to make them are equally massive. So what do you do when a part wears out or breaks? You call DB Schenker.
The Marine Parts division needed a brochure that gave prospective clients an overview of their extensive logistical network, explained the services they offer, and highlighted their
superiority to the competition, without getting lost in industry jargon. They also needed their brochure to comply with global branding standards.
Our solution was a trifold that gives them the opportunity to illustrate their global network, while leaving room for pictures to do some of the story telling. We recommended the trifold format because it allows for a massive three panel, as compared to the two page spreads found in a standard eight page brochure.