Breaking ground on a new DSV office in Warsaw

21 August, DSV held the official ground-breaking ceremony for the new DSV office in Warsaw, Poland. The event involved laying of the cornerstone, the burial of a time-capsule and a DSV motocross bike.

Header pic: CFO for DSV, Jens H. Lund and Director of PHL Studio, Søren Mølbak signing the deed.


The ground-breaking ceremony held on 21 August, is an important milestone towards accommodating the continuous growth of DSV. 

In attendance was DSV’s Group CFO, Jens H. Lund, who signed the deed of foundation during the ceremony, together with Søren Mølbak, Director of the architect firm, PLH Studio.

Jens Lund DSV CFO
Pic: A happy CFO, Jens H. Lund.

The ceremony was also attended by the Mayor of the Mokotów district,
Bogdan Olesinski, the Managing Director of the International Shared Centre in Poland, Thomas Jansson, along with representatives from the Embassy of Denmark and representatives of the companies involved in the project.

This is a very symbolic moment in our development in Poland. In 2013, DSV ISSC in Poland employed about 100 people, now we are building a new office for more than 1500 employees. We have accomplished a lot in a short period of time,"

says Thomas Jansson, Managing Director, ISSC, Poland.

Pic: Laying of the cornerstone.

Together with the laying of the cornerstone, DSV also buried a time capsule in the building’s foundations. Its content included a newspaper from that day, a DSV pen and a short film about the new office. 

The items for the time capsule were transported to the event by a DSV branded motor bike – a fun surprise for all the participants of the ceremony. See pictures below.

DSV’s new 22,000 m2 office building in the Warsaw's Mokotów district will open in the first half of 2020. The new building will house our International Shared Service Centre and will be equipped with all the necessities for a modern workplace while housing up to 1,500 employees.

Exciting times ahead for DSV in Poland!

Pic: The DSV branded motocross bike surprising the guests.

Pic: Construction has begun.