DSV, based outside of Copenhagen, Denmark, is one of the world’s largest transport and logistics providers. It has 75,000 employees in more than 90 countries and an annual revenue of roughly USD 25bn.
DSV is a global freight forwarder offering air freight, ocean freight, road freight, rail freight, contract logistics, out-of-gauge shipping, courier and fulfillment services around the world. In 2021, its acquisition of Agility Global Integrated Logistics (GIL) made it the world’s third-largest logistics company. Agility is DSV’s second-largest shareholder.
DSV’s digital self-service tools give customers the ability to manage online bookings, track-and-trace, purchase order management, warehouse management, and quote requests.
DSV Serves Customers
DSV serves customers in a variety of industries, including automotive, technology, healthcare, renewable energy, industrial, fashion-retail.
DSV Manages Customers’ Freight
DSV manages customers’ freight, including shipments by air, ocean, road, and rail, as well as out-of-gauge and non-standard shipments for major projects and express global courier shipments.
DSV Provides Warehousing
DSV provides warehousing, fulfillment, third-party (3PL) logistics, fourth-party (4PL) logistics and contract logistics. It offers e-commerce solutions, multi-channel fulfillment and supply chain calibration.
DSV’s Value-Added Services
DSV’s value-added services include customs clearance, brokerage, cargo and freight insurance, purchase order management, and supply chain finance.