Beachfront cool made the DSV stand a place of calm in the middle of the trade fair - even when it was bustling with activity
No other event in the transport and logistics industry is such a great draw for visitors as the world's largest trade fair for logistics, mobility, IT and supply chain management, which takes place every two years in Munich. More than 2,160 exhibitors from 62 countries were present this year at transport logistic 2017.
Visitors from around the world
DSV Germany certainly didn't miss out on this must-attend event held over four days from 9 to 12 May. 60,000 visitors from 120 countries had the opportunity to acquaint themselves with products and services from DSV’s divisions and to reinforce existing business relationships.
Visitors once again came in droves, not least to see the impressive (beach) stand with its Danish flair. Sand and wood, cosy lounge corners and a beach bar once again allowed DSV to express its modern, Danish identity.
Ready to meet the guests: MD, DSV Air & Sea UK Michael D. Hansen; MD, DSV Road DE Peter Fog-Petersen; CEO, DSV Air & Sea Carsten Trolle; and MD, DSV Air & Sea BE, FR, NL Frank Sobotka
Visitors meet CEOs of DSV
Once again, visitors from DSV included Jens Bjørn Andersen, CEO DSV A/S, Carsten Trolle, CEO DSV Air & Sea Holding and Søren Schmidt, CEO DSV Road Holding A/S. They met with customers, partners and media representatives.
Sitting on the so-called "Red Sofa" of the Deutsche Verkehrszeitung (DVZ – a specialist magazine for German transport), Jens Bjørn Andersen praised the work of DSV Germany employees and turned the focus to the financial success of the company – which was also thanks to the UTi integration.
Trade fair generates business and strengthens our image
Participation in transport logistic was once again an extremely successful move for DSV. It is an ideal platform to gain high-quality business contacts as well as to increase the loyalty of existing customers. It also boosts our image. The DSV stand brought visitors a little piece of Danish corporate culture, true to the motto: "Global Transport and Logistics – Made in Denmark".