Scan Global criticized for offering customers freight through Russia

Maersk, DSV and other freight companies have stopped sending cargo via Russian state rails. Danish Scan Global Logistics, however, maintains freight train services through Russia.

Scan Global Logistics continues to freight goods through Russia. | Photo: PR / Scan Global Logistics

Danish freight forwarder and stock exchange listing candidate Scan Global Logistics still sends goods via freight trains through Russia, even though the war in Ukraine has made most major Danish transport companies abandon their Russian activities.

A.P. Moller - Maersk, DSV, Blue Water Shipping, Leman Group, NTG and Alpi have all shut down for transportation from China to Denmark via the Russian state railway.

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