News • Feb 28, 2020 11:30 CET
Our rail services from China to Europe includes block trains where we control the entire capacity.
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.
News • Jan 17, 2020 13:52 CET
At the beginning of 2020, the Danish Red Cross warehouse for disaster relief equipment will be moving to our facilities in Hedehusene.
DSV’s largest logistics campus in the Nordics will help break down NOx particles to produce cleaner air
News • Dec 19, 2019 13:17 CET
Recently, the first of four warehouse buildings to be erected on the Hedeland plot next to the DSV Panalpina headquarters in Denmark was completed with environmentally friendly NOXOUT roofing.
News • Dec 16, 2019 13:33 CET
With the newly signed agreement DSV will handle all transport and warehousing activities, including a wide range of value-added services.
News • Dec 04, 2019 08:41 CET
Recognised by readers and editors for his leadership
News • Nov 14, 2019 12:23 CET
How do trade barriers affect logistics? How is artificial intelligence going to help the transport and logistics industry? And what can robots do in warehouses?
News • Oct 24, 2019 11:45 CEST
The former Panalpina offices in Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis and St Louis have been onboarded to DSV
News • Oct 16, 2019 12:55 CEST
DSV reduced CO2 emissions by almost half when 22,000 transports were reduced to only 11,000
News • Oct 07, 2019 14:12 CEST
Focus is on successful integration of the Panalpina business and people
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 • Sep 12, 2019 10:12 CEST
On 1 September, hurricane Dorian hit the northern coast of the Bahamas. The damage is massive, leaving an estimated 70,000 people homeless and in need of relief. But it’s difficult to get help to the area, since both infrastructure and means of transportation have been destroyed. DSV is helping Red Cross send equipment to the most affected areas.