DSV accused of breaching controversial US law while shipping to Cuba

DSV and shipping company BBC Chartering are accused of breaching US legislation aimed at Cuba dating back to Fidel Castro's reign. The claim against the companies totals USD 97 million.

Photo: Desmond Boylan/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

DSV Panalpina finds itself in the middle of a conflict between Cuba and the US that dates back to the Cuban revolution 60 years ago.

The Danish logistics company is accused of violating US legislation by doing business in a port in Cuba in breach of the controversial Helms-Burton Act.

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