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  • New logistics site inaugurated in Cabanillas, Spain

    22 November DSV Spain opened a new 50,000 sqm warehouse expected to generate 200 jobs

  • Making a difference in Malawi

    DSV visited the Red Cross’ international project in Malawi to witness the impact of our support firsthand. The trip also allowed time to learn more about DSV Malawi.

  • The future is beckoning: We must be willing to change

    E-commerce is leaving its mark on the workflows at DSV’s warehouses and terminals as they prepare themselves for the future by incorporating new technology. Transport volumes will skyrocket and routine tasks need to be mechanised more than ever before.

  • Indian economy takes giant leap

    After a new tax reform and comprehensive investment in India’s infrastructure, the established logistics industry stands to be a big winner – and DSV India is ready.

  • Interim financial report for Q3 2017 released

    Continous improvement with a strong commercial and operational performance

  • Our corporate magazine is out now

    DSV is a dynamic company with growth as a key part of our strategy and is an enormous global workplace.

  • Changing lives through education

    Since 2005, the DSV Empowerment Trust (previously known as the UTi Empowerment Trust) in South Africa has helped more than 510 young DSV employees and their dependents graduate from universities and other tertiary education institutions.

  • 20 years of collaboration and counting

    For more than twenty years, DSV has been responsible for coffee brand Tchibo's comprehensive contract logistics services. Recently, both parties signed a three-year extension.

  • DSV Spain opens two new offices

    Since early September DSV Spain has opened new offices in Girona and Murcia.

  • Where everyone lends a hand

    Regardless of title and seniority, everyone lends a hand in critical situations at the German Westerkappeln terminal. Respect across professions and trades is essential and explains why Dirk Wilhelm would readily choose the exact same career again.

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