When Søren Jørgensen arrived in Mexico City from the US 13 years ago to establish DSV on the transport and logistics market in the Latin American country, he was in charge of roughly 30 employees in all of Mexico. The rest of the region was untouched ground for DSV.
Now DSV’s regional head for Latin America is responsible for 300 employees at the offices in the Mexican capital alone – and across the entire region, the logistics company today has around 2,500 employees within air and sea, which is the dominating activity for DSV in this part of the world.
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