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  • Innovative approach reduces number of transports with 50%

    DSV reduced CO2 emissions by almost half when 22,000 transports were reduced to only 11,000

  • DSV announces plans for Panalpina headquarters and continued presence in Basel, as integration progresses

    The DSV Panalpina Group has informed employees at the former Panalpina headquarters in Basel about its plans for the location. As part of the integration, overlapping corporate functions and positions will either be cut or relocated to the headquarters in Denmark, which could result in up to 165 job losses. At the same time, the company intends to expand its logistical footprint in the Basel area.

  • DSV’s vision and strategic direction has stood the test of time

    ​Focus is on successful integration of the Panalpina business and people

  • Panalpina newsroom has been integrated in DSV

    From moving cargo to moving content – with DSV and Panalpina joining forces, all media releases, news stories and blog posts of the two companies have been merged into one newsroom.

  • Panalpina partners with Plug and Play

    Panalpina has joined the global innovation platform Plug and Play, the best known and most active accelerator program in the area of supply chain and logistics.

  • Panalpina and Cargolux make great strides in Cargo iQ performance

    Together with Cargo iQ fellow member and long-standing partner Cargolux, Panalpina has just been awarded with the first prize of the first ever Cargo iQ Q Rally, an industry initiative aimed at continuously improving data quality in air freight. As Panalpina’s Marie Seco-Köppen explains, “Better data quality results in a better air freight product, for example in terms of shorter transit times.”

  • LATAM Cargo begins direct service between Bogotá and Panalpina's Huntsville gateway

    ​For the first time in its history, LATAM Cargo flew a direct route between the cities of Bogotá, Colombia, and Huntsville, Alabama, United States. The new cargo-only route was opened on December 2, 2018, and will be operated once weekly. The new service marks an important milestone for Panalpina as the company continuously expands its Charter Network and the Perishables Network.

  • Mission Possible: Getting aid to South Sudan’s children affected by war

    Panalpina is assisting UNICEF for the sixth time by flying relief aid to Africa. The following report was written by journalist Peter Martell earlier this year and shows how getting aid to the people who need it most requires extreme efforts. The report also impressively illustrates how every ton of relief goods makes a big difference to thousands of people who often have not had aid for years.

  • Panalpina’s new logistics center in Singapore obtains GDP certification

    Panalpina has obtained another Good Distribution Practice (GDP) certification, this time for its new logistics center in Singapore, where many of the world’s top pharmaceutical companies have manufacturing facilities. The number of Panalpina locations globally with GDP certification now stands at 32.

  • Colombia: Panalpina opens first ocean freight hub operation

    Panalpina brings to the market another industry first with the Less than Container Load (LCL) Ocean Freight hub in Cartagena, Colombia, which connects services in Europe, Asia and Latin America with Central America and the Caribbean. Operated entirely by Panalpina, this new development offers customers more than 30 new LCL services, reduced transit times and greater coverage.

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