There's no such things as 'can't be done'!For cyber-Wear, mission impossible doesn't exist This was again shown by one of the latest projects with Deutsche Bahn AG, in which cyber-Wear delivered products to very special addresses in a very short time, something which the parcel services were unable to manage.
cyber-Wear simply makes things happen. No matter how impossible a project may seem to be, cyber-Wear always implements it on time. In line with the motto: There's no such things as 'can't be done'! This was again demonstrated by the most recent project with Deutsche Bahn AG. Specially developed cakes in DB design were to be delivered to addressees in five stations in eastern Germany.
The challenge was that these were not just ordinary delivery addresses, but individual locations within the stations. Some of the delivery addresses were on the platforms with the words "Take the elevator, then the escalator to Platform 5" or " Between the shoe shop and the bakery". In addition, the time windows for delivery were very short. In the end, cyber-Wear implemented with its own employees what was not possible for any parcel service provider. All the cakes were delivered punctually to all the railway stations within two days and the customers were more than satisfied.
The cakes were presented to its passengers on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the RE1 Regional Express. Deutsche Bahn wanted to thank its customers for their loyalty and celebrate this special anniversary with them, because the RE1 was the first regional express of all and quickly became a role model for other services. It has been connecting Berlin with many towns in Brandenburg for 25 years now.