“Globally, DSV has great experience in temperature controlled air and sea freight services, but traditionally this has not been promoted in the UK, ” says Michael Hansen, Managing Director, DSV Air & Sea Ltd. “In order to highlight this service and our global experience with perishable products, we have decided to launch DSV Fresh.”
DSV Air & Sea has appointed George Mead as National Head of Perishables to run this service. George has 25 years of experience in the freight forwarding industry and is a specialist in cool chain logistics.
DSV Fresh covers a full range of perishable products, from fruit and fish to pharmaceuticals and drinks. The DSV Air & Sea experts around the world ensure that the highest quality standards are maintained throughout the journey, with enhanced visibility and shipment monitoring via the company’s intelligent IT solutions.
“Our global network provides a tailored, reliable, and time-defined service to safeguard the integrity of the perishable products, ” says Mr Hansen. “We understand that each perishable product has unique requirements. Our supply chain solutions are bespoke designed to ensure every customer’s needs are met.”
DSV is a global supplier of transport and logistics services, with a total of 22, 000 employees in 70 countries and an international network of partners and agents. The company has established global partnerships with leading air and sea freight carriers to ensure its customers receive the most flexible and cost-effective supply chain solutions.
DSV is divided into three divisions, DSV Air & Sea, DSV Road and DSV Solutions, all of which offer temperature-controlled services.
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.