DSV pledges to reduce CO2 emissions from marine transport by 80 percent

With a new "green offer", DSV aims to make it possible for customers to reduce their shipping-related environmental impact considerably, allowing the company "to keep supply chains flowing in a more sustainable way", says DSV Chief Executive Jens Bjørn Andersen.

DSV's adm. dir., Jens Bjørn Andersen (th.) | Photo: Staff/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Logistics major DSV is jumping on the green bandwagon by offering customers various new environmentally friendly transport solutions – including a shipping solution, which involves an 80-percent reduction of CO2 emissions compared to fossil fuels.

DSV's offer of green transport has been set up in collaboration with Goodshipping, which provides the world's first service for decarbonization of transport companies on land and at sea, according to DSV.

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