DSV Panalpina says it is equipped for a large downturn

Having learnt its lesson from the financial crisis, DSV Panalpina argues it is less dependent on its banks than in the past.

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DSV Panalpina learned during the financial crisis that one cannot always count on the banks when one needs them the most.

Now the world is in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic, and the freight forwarder is better equipped than last time.

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