DSV targeting major customers in the US

"We must become better at canvassing and servicing big customers," says Niels Larsen, new CEO of DSV's business in the US. He proposes opening several new offices across the US.

Danish logistics company DSV is specifically targeting big accounts in the US, and the company plans to open more local offices across the states at a time where other companies - and big US transport companies - are reducing the number of offices in favor of mega hubs.

DSV's Air & Sea division is the company's most profitable business unit, says the new head of the division, who will start work on April 1st, Carsten Trolle, and the new head of DSV's US business, Niels Larsen, in an interview with DSV's company magazine, in which they discuss the company's strategy in the US.

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