DSV acquires UTi Worldwide Inc., a global supply chain services and logistics company.
Acquisitions are still an important part of DSV’s growth strategy. Seatainers Group A/S based in Denmark, SBS Worldwide Holdings Ltd from the UK, Airmar Cargo in Colombia and the Scandinavian based Ontime Logistics AS have been added to the DSV network.
DSV acquires Swift Freight Group of Companies that have 36 offices spread across 15 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia.
DSV expands its footprint in Latin America by establishing own offices in Brazil and acquiring the remaining 60% of the shares in DSV-GL Latin America S.A. from its joint venture partner.
DSV and LOS INKAS Group of Companies enter into a joint venture under the name DSV-GL to strengthen their network in Latin America.
Jens Bjørn Andersen is appointed CEO and the previous CEO Kurt K. Larsen takes over as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
DSV acquires ABX LOGISTICS and strenghtens its global network.
DSV acquires Roadferry Ldt., UK.
DSV divests its 50% stake in Tollpost Globe AS, Norway
DFDS Transport changes its name to DSV.
DSV acquires Koninklijke Frans Maas Groep N.V., thereby becoming the third largest transport company with its own Road activities in all of Europe
DSV acquires J.H. Bachmann GmbH to strengthen the Air & Sea Division.
DSV divests DSV Miljø A/S (Environment Division) to focus more on the transport and logistics parts of the DSV Group.
DSV buys back the remaining 50% of the Logistics Division from TNT.
DSV, De Sammensluttede Vognmænd af 13-7 1976 A/S changes its name to DSV A/S.
DSV enters into a 50/50 joint venture with TNT regarding DFDS Transport Logistics A/S.
DSV acquires DFDS Dan Transport Group A/S. The transport and logistics activities of DSV are quadrupled.
DSV acquires Samson Transport Co. A/S, thereby tripling the transport and logistics activities of the Group.
DSV is listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange, Denmark.
DSV, De Sammensluttede Vognmænd af 13-7 1976 A/S, is founded by nine independent Danish trucking companies and business developer Leif Tullberg.