DSV wants shipping companies to lower emissions with new climate target

DSV Panalpina now commits to fixed climate targets in 2030. Subcontractors play a significant part here, as shipping companies, among others, must deliver a 30 percent reduction.

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DSV Panalpina now pledges to reduce its emissions of greenhouse gases by 30 percent ahead of 2030.

Specifically, this concerns emissions from subcontractors, including shipping companies, which must comply with the target over the course of the next decade.

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