DSV exec after losing exclusive Vestas deal to Maersk: "Not the right deal for either of us"

Maersk is the new principal logistics partner for wind turbine manufacturer Vestas, taking over the role from DSV. "It's never fun to lose," says chief exec of DSV, while analyst views new deal as a mark of quality for Maersk.

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Wednesday morning, Maersk and Vestas announced that Maersk was to be the wind turbine manufacturer's primary logistics partners from 2022.

This is another blow to DSV, which entered a three-year agreement with Vestas in January 2020, which made the forwarder the company's exclusive logistics partner.

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