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What you need to know about the upcoming change in Brexit customs procedures

On 1 January 2022, a new phase of Brexit is expected to take effect, and with this, full customs controls will come to apply when importing and exporting goods to and from the UK. Learn what you should be particularly aware of in connection with the upcoming change and how to best prepare your business for it.

DSV launches Green Logistics to accelerate the green transition of the industry

As one of the largest global transport and logistics companies, DSV wants to take the lead and be a key driver of the green transition in the industry. To follow up on the commitment to the Science Based Targets initiative and the targets approved in 2020, DSV is now launching Green Logistics – a highly ambitious set of green offerings within the industry focusing on reducing emissions for DSV’s customers. The Green Logistics solutions will be available for companies of all sizes globally and across all major transportation modes.

Prepare your business for the supply chain impact of the Chinese New Year 2022

The Chinese New Year is one of the yearly occurrences that has a substantial impact on the global freight market. The production in Chinese factories is more or less put on hold in connection with the celebration, and the transport capacity is significantly reduced across all means of transport. However, this year the Chinese New Year might have an even greater impact than usually, and if you are not already considering this impact in your business planning, now is the time to do so.

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Maiken Riise Andersen, Senior Manager, Head of Corporate Communication

Maiken Riise Andersen, Senior Manager, Head of Corporate Communication