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DSV Launches New UK Website

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DSV has launched a new version of its UK website www.uk.dsv.com which rolls out of its recently redesigned global site. Its aim is to create a modern digital platform to handle transport and logistics in the future.
The new look site has a more simplistic approach, taking the client straight to its key services of business, Air freight, Sea freight, Road transport, Logistic Solutions, Project Transport and DSV XPress.

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Screen grab of the new look DSV UK website

The new striking images are linked into catching statements, reiterating the importance of the services DSV offer as global supplier of transport and logistics solutions.

‘E-Services’, ‘Track & Trace’ and ‘Get a Quote’, take centre page with bold tabs for direct access to these vital additions to the business. A new section, ‘Latest News’ has been added to keep clients up-to-day with key developments within DSV.

Chris Malyon, Director, Sales & Marketing – DSV Road Limited, said: “We are delighted with the look and feel of the new site. It has been created to provide current and potential customers with a smoother online experience to the services we provide, all of which is designed to maximize efficiency of their supply chain needs”. He added: “A unique feature is we have designed the site to be viewed and easily interacted with on all formats including desktops computers, smartphones and tablets. Our site really is designed for the user.”

DSV now aims to transfer the remaining 71 countries over to the new site.

About DSV
Global Transport and Logistics

DSV is a global supplier of transport and logistics services.

DSV has offices in more than 70 countries all over the world and an international network of partners and agents, which makes DSV a truly global player offering services worldwide. By our professional and advantageous overall solutions, the approx. 22, 000 DSV employees recorded worldwide annual revenue of 6 billion euro for 2011.

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