DSV makes new cuts: Lays off Panalpina employees in Luxembourg

Panalpina's office in Luxembourg becomes the latest place where DSV makes cuts as part of its integration of the Swiss company. Negotiations with union have been ongoing for months and have reduced the number of layoffs.

Adm. direktør i DSV, Jens Bjørn Andersen (tv.), og DSV's daværende topchef Stefan Karlen (th.) præsenterede milliardhandlen mellem de to selskaber på et pressemøde i Panalpinas hovedkvarter i Basel i Schweiz i april 2019. | Photo: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

DSV's integration of Panalpina now hits employees in Luxembourg.

88 of around 150 employees have been laid off at Panalpina's office in Luxembourg following negotiations between the Danish transport and logistics major and local union OGBL.

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