Tag / sea freight
Press releases • Feb 12, 2020 13:26 CET
In addition to the strong financial results in 2019, DSV Panalpina made excellent progress on its corporate responsibility activities.
Panalpina, now part of the DSV Panalpina Group, recognised as an ‘A lister’ for its efforts to combat climate change
News • Jan 21, 2020 15:21 CET
Panalpina, which was acquired by DSV in 2019, has been commended for its climate action, achieving a place on non-profit CDP's ‘A List’ for climate change, based on the company’s climate reporting.
Press releases • Nov 12, 2019 08:56 CET
DSV Panalpina has now committed to the Science Based Targets (SBT) initiative. Targets are being calculated and processed as we write this, and once approved by SBT, DSV Panalpina will work actively to manage and reduce its CO2 emissions through reduced energy use.
News • Oct 24, 2019 11:45 CEST
The former Panalpina offices in Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis and St Louis have been onboarded to DSV
News • Sep 25, 2019 09:46 CEST
All points on the agenda of the extraordinary general meeting were approved. The company now has a new Group name, a new member of the board, and a new and a new Chairman, as now former Chairman Kurt Larsen stepped down.
News • Sep 24, 2019 16:30 CEST
News • Aug 13, 2019 11:00 CEST
Panalpina’s new Healthcare Logistics Center in Weiterstadt near Frankfurt/Main has obtained Good Distribution Practice (GDP) certification and is ready to assist healthcare customers with the handling, transport and storage of their temperature-sensitive medicinal products. Frankfurt is Panalpina’s third logistics facility in Germany’s Rhein-Main region, alongside Moerfelden and Neu-Isenburg.
Blog posts • Aug 02, 2019 10:45 CEST
In the early years of the cold chain, its processes were mostly managed by manufacturers, but specialty transport companies soon took over. By the 1950s, third-party logistics providers had taken on an increasingly important role in the cold chain “niche”. Perishables supply chains will evolve further and cold chain management will remain at the core of freight forwarding.
Blog posts • Jul 19, 2019 10:30 CEST
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s publication of Panalpina’s half-year results, we asked Lucas Kuehner and Peder Winther, the global heads of Air Freight and Ocean Freight, to give us a bit more color on the development of the markets and Panalpina’s performance thus far in 2019, and to tell us what they expect in terms of peak season in the second half-year.
Press releases • Jul 18, 2019 07:00 CEST
Panalpina recorded stable results for the first half-year 2019. From January to June 2019, Panalpina generated an EBIT of CHF 52.1 million (YTD 2018: CHF 54.7 million) and a consolidated profit of CHF 34.0 million (YTD 2018: CHF 36.1 million), thereby nearly reaching previous-year levels.
News • Jul 16, 2019 09:00 CEST
Cartagena, Colombia’s premier port, is becoming increasingly important as a regional transportation hub. Last year, Panalpina set up the first ocean freight hub in Cartagena for Central and South American LCL (Less than Container Load) cargoes. The international freight forwarder also tops the Port of Cartagena’s import and export rankings.