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DSV's new initiative to tackle "relatively heavy amount of carbon emission"

DSV emitted 16 million tonnes of CO2 in 2019. The vast majority came from its use of suppliers including ships, planes and trucks, and a newinitiative targeting customers is therefore set to have the logistics firm meet climate targets for 2030. So far, few customers have opted to have their goods transported more sustainably.

DSV emitted 16.1 million tonnes of CO2 in 2019, which is the baseline for the company's 2030 reduction target. | Photo: DSV Panalpina

With a set of offers for customers, DSV has initiated new measures in order to realize its climate objectives less than ten years from now.

Before Christmas, the logistics company presented the Green Logistics initiative consisting of four offers for customers, aiming to reduce pollution from transportation and ultimately make DSV reach its own targets for carbon reduction. By 2030, the carbon footprint from suppliers must have decreased by 30 percent compared to 2019.

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