DSV has closed or sold all activities in Russia

Logistics group DSV has finally shut down its activities completely in Russia and Belarus following a divestment process begun after Russia invaded Ukraine.

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DSV has said the final farewell to its activities in both Russia and Belarus as a consequence of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Since the war started in late February, the logistics group has suspended its business in Russia, and upon issuing its first-quarter financial statement, the company said it planned to sell its Russian division to the local management.

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