Vestas and DSV Panalpina to use their scale to achieve savings

There are a series of concrete goals in the comprehensive logistics agreement between Vestas and DSV Panalpina, says Vestas' global supply chain chief in an interview with ShippingWatch. Efficiencies represent just one of these goals.

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As the world's biggest wind turbine manufacturer, Vestas ranks at the top of the customer list for shipping companies that transport turbines, blades or towers across the globe, and the company has also been a sizeable customer among several of the major and medium-sized logistics companies and freight forwarders.

As such, there is currently a lot of anticipation in the sector concerning the somewhat surprising agreement entered by Vestas and DSV Panalpina, which was announced a few weeks ago, not least in terms of how the transport joint venture will impact new contracts and prices.

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