DSV wins Climate Strategy Award: “Frontrunner in the industry”
DSV is awarded this year’s Climate Strategy Award, which was personally handed over to Group CEO, Jens Bjørn Andersen, at a ceremony in Copenhagen Wednesday. The award is given to a Danish company that acts strategically and ambitiously and distinguishes itself when actively working with climate change.
DSV Panalpina releases Responsibility Report for 2019
In addition to the strong financial results in 2019, DSV Panalpina made excellent progress on its corporate responsibility activities.
DSV Panalpina commits to Science Based Targets
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.
Innovative approach reduces number of transports with 50%
DSV reduced CO2 emissions by almost half when 22,000 transports were reduced to only 11,000
DSV’s vision and strategic direction has stood the test of time
Focus is on successful integration of the Panalpina business and people
Urban mobility: first aerial vehicle prototypes for aerospace group FACC transported
Global freight forwarding and logistics company Panalpina is transporting some futuristic freight – autonomous aerial vehicles (AAVs) for moving people or goods efficiently in cities. Under a partnership between Austrian aerospace group FACC and Chinese technology company EHang, Panalpina transported the first prototypes by air freight, also taking care of customs brokerage and last-mile delivery.
10 developments that have shaped the fashion industry and logistics in the past two decades
Panalpina has been closely involved in the evolution of the fashion industry for decades. Time to pause and take a look back over the last twenty years to highlight some of the major changes that have taken place, not just for nostalgia’s sake but to see what the trends are for the future. This is the first part of a three-part blog post series with Mattias Praetorius.
Food for Thought | Carbon footprints in perishables: more than just food miles
Logistics and transportation companies get a lot of flak for the food miles of perishables but the conversation around food transportation and supply chain can be misleading. The carbon cost of transportation is slight compared to the carbon cost of production, and other important factors such as food loss and waste should be considered too, says Colin Wells in his latest Food for Thought article.
Be sulfur-smart: an update on the rocky path to compliance
Ship owners, operators and carriers must comply with new rules on emissions from 2020. Scrubbers currently dominate discussions. In this latest “sulfur-smart” blog post, we give an update on the scrubber debate, but also shed light on the topic of fuel quality. The lack of standardization on the composition and quality of low-sulfur fuels could lead to downtime of ships – and increased cost.
Panalpina expands its network of GDP-certified sites
Straight from bagging Good Distribution Practice (GDP) certifications for 11 sites in 2018, Panalpina expects to get over 10 sites certified to GDP in 2019. With currently 37 GDP-certified locations around the globe, the logistics provider is well-positioned to serve the healthcare and pharmaceuticals industry with comprehensive, end-to-end supply chain solutions.
Panalpina’s sustainability performance in 2018 sets new records
Panalpina achieved its best year ever in terms of employee health and safety and received top ratings for its environmental and corporate social responsibility programs. The 2018 Sustainability Report demonstrates Panalpina’s strong commitment to sustainability, the health and safety of its people and the prosperity of the communities where it operates.
Be sulfur-smart: The maritime industry is weighing its options for complying with the new rules on ship emissions
The sulfur limit that takes effect in 2020 has led to a scramble for compliance options, as the industry grapples with the impact of increased costs and potential supply chain disruptions. Ship owners and operators are hedging their bets on alternative fuels, but all options require significant investments that will put pressure on shipping rates. Our blog post navigates the turning tides.