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Your sustainable way forward

World trade drives world prosperity, but it is time we remodel the way we conduct it. It is time to trade on nature’s terms.

As one of the world’s largest transport and logistics companies, we at DSV carry a great responsibility for the green transition. With core services like consolidation, modes shift and loading optimisation, we are already contributing to lower down the CO2 emissions in our day-to-day business, but to protect our climate we need go further. That is why we have developed Green Logistics. A set of solutions ranging from CO2 reporting and strategic supply chain optimisation to emission compensation and sustainable fuel offerings. Each solution is designed to reduce the carbon footprint of your supply chain.  
With DSV, you have a team of industry experts to collaborate with you every step of the way to implement personalised, sustainable solutions that deliver for your business. 

Our Green Logistics solutions explained

  • CO2 reporting

    CO2 reporting

    Track and trace your impact and get comprehensive insights and data analysis to drive reductions of your supply chain emissions.
  • Green supply chain design & optimisation

    Green supply chain design & optimisation

    Work with our experts to identify ways to improve both your supply chain and carbon footprint.
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    Sustainable fuel offerings

    Fuel your green transition and reduce emissions without changing your operations with biofuel technology.
  • Carbon offsetting

    Carbon offsetting 

    Invest in renowned environmental projects to compensate for your emissions.
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    Sustainable warehousing

    Reduce your CO₂ through sustainable warehousing facilities designed to reduce energy and waste.

Any questions?

Contact Erling Johns Nielsen, Vice President, Global Commercial Organisation

Erling Johns Nielsen, Vice President, Global Commercial Organisation