In DSV, we operate based on an asset-light business model which means that transportation of shipments is booked with subcontractors (carriers and hauliers). They transport our customers’ goods to, from and between our more than 1,000 offices terminals and warehouses across the world, enabling us to be close to our local markets while taking advantage of a global perspective and network. That way we secure the best possible service at highly competitive rates.
A global, innovative and reliable network
DSV’s international network consists of more than 200,000 suppliers, partners and agents. They cover strategic international hubs and important sea lanes. And our road transport provides our customers with trustworthy hauliers with knowledge of local market conditions.
If you need a storage solution, we find or build warehouses to match your requirements whether it needs to be approved for pharmaceuticals, you need fire suppression systems or something completely different.
Safe and responsible conduct
To secure safe working conditions and human labour rights, all partners and subcontractors must live up to a series of international standards, legislation and requirements set by DSV. It's part of what makes us reliable and able to deliver high quality services.
Read more about requirements for suppliers and subcontractors in our latest CSR Report here