Competitor cuts jobs after losing Vestas business to DSV Panalpina

DHL Freight has laid off about ten employees in Denmark as a consequence of competitor DSV Panalpina's exclusive deal with Vestas. Other freight forwarders are also losing assignments.

DHL Freight has dismissed several employees at its Padborg office due to losing Vestas as customer. | Photo: PR / DHL

DHL Freight has laid off several employees in Denmark following competitor DSV's exclusive deal with Vestas.

Shortly after the deal was announced last week, German logistics firm DHL cut jobs at its offices in Padborg in Southern Denmark.

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