DSV Panalpina reduces scope of exclusive transportation deal with Vestas

The two companies now limit the scope of the large transportation agreement signed early last year. DSV Panalpina's CEO declines to comment on the economic significance of this, also dispelling the notion that any of the parties were dissatisfied with the collaboration.

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In January 2020, logistics group DSV Panalpina and wind OEM Vestas signed a major contract, a strategic partnership, with the former hired to handle all general freight for the latter's projects for a period of three years.

The term of that deal is now shortened to one and a half years, DSV Panalpina confirms in comment to ShippingWatch's sister media, MobilityWatch.

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