Freight News, Logistics

DSV more polishes up its Polish service

[ July 29, 2015   //   ]

DSV can now offer direct services to all parts of Poland, following the introduction of new routes to Gdansk and Poznan. The operator already serves Warsaw, Wroclaw and Łódź. Following the acquisition of Frans Maas in 2006 and its merger with ABX in 2008, DSV says it has grown into one of the regions leading logistics services providers.

Chief executive of DSV Poland’s road division, said: “We’re experiencing growing demand for high quality groupage services from our customers. By opening up new routes to and from Poland DSV will be able to meet those demands and deliver fast and reliable groupage and part load service to accommodate our client’s high requirements.”
Divisional general manager for the Eastern Europe region at DSV Road in the UK, Michael Morberg Madsen, added: “Over the past few years, DSV has experienced growth in our trade lines from Poland, especially with products like windows, doors, furniture, machinery, car parts, packaging materials and food products. We’ve established that there is demand for direct departures to and from Poland to speed up delivery time. Alongside the fact that Poland has one of the fastest growing economies in the EU, DSV feels that the expansion of our already extensive services from this region is a timely, tactical investment.”