DSV lands agreement with Arab shipping group

Freight-forwarder DSV has entered an agreement with Arab shipping group Milaha, which will partner exclusively with DSV in Qatar. Meanwhile Milaha will gain access to DSV's worldwide network.

Photo: PR-foto/DSV

Danish freight-forwarder DSV is increasing its presence in the Middle Eastern market through a new agreement with Arab shipping conglomerate Milaha.

The two companies announce in a press release that they have entered into an agreement which means that Milaha will become DSV's exclusive partner in the desert state of Qatar.

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