DSV regional head: Covid has forced Latin Americans into better planning

Two years with Covid-19 have offered many challenges for DSV in Latin America, says regional head Søren Jørgensen. But the logistics firm has also learned to adapt.

The pandemic has offered many challenges but also improved DSV's ability to adapt, says regional head Søren Jørgensen. | Photo: DSV

Empty containers, lacking planes and fatigued employees. These are some of the problems DSV’s Latin American division has had to struggle with during the last couple of years.

From his office in Mexico City, the company’s regional head, Søren Jørgensen, can look back upon a time with many challenges, which, however, also have improved DSV’s ability to adapt.

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