Logistical case studies

How have customers benefited from our know-how and services?

Our customers vary from small customers that only ship a few pallets each month to multinational companies where we handle their entire supply chain. We have gathered some customer stories that tell how some of our customers have benefitted from our know-how and services.

  • DSM Dyneema is transporting more and more goods by road to non-EU countries such as the Ukraine and that brings with it the necessary challenges.
  • Since the introduction of the online Quote & Book tool from DSV, Berson UV has used it to quickly gain insight into the rates for its shipments.
  • Normally Rivertex uses the usual modalities such as air and sea freight and road transport to transport its goods, but in order to shorten transit times and save costs compared to air freight, the company has for the first time the train for a special shipment from China deployed.
  • As a growing organization with limited logistical knowledge, it is extremely important for Portioli Caffè Nederland to have a logistics service provider that relieves and relieves it.
  • The storage of cocoa for Cargill can be a complicated process. Special requirements must be met to prevent the product from catching fire.
  • Multinational Under Armour has been making highly qualified designer clothing and shoes since 1996 with the mission to make all athletes better.
  • Dräxlmaier has asked DSV for help in reducing its environmental impact.
  • Bispebjerg Hospital in Copenhagen has started the construction of a new hospital and psychiatric center.
  • In 1973 a young man opened his first drugstore in Karlsruhe, Germany. This man, Götz W. Werner, was the fifth child in a family who had owned drug stores for three generations.
  • A few years ago, the "buy and build" strategy meant that logistics at IMCD Group, an international distributor of food, chemical and pharmaceutical ingredients, was a local business that received little attention.
  • Mölnlycke Health Care has successfully grown into an international supplier of surgical and wound care materials for single use.
  • The logistics behind the manufacture of VELUX windows are complex; it requires perfectly coordinated deliveries of raw materials, components and the end product from suppliers worldwide and between more than 20 factories in Europe alone.
  • Volvo achieves top performance thanks to the flawless logistics of DSV. The manufacturing and assembly process at Volvo Car Corporation in Ghent is well-oiled machine, in which thousands of parts come together in one car.
  • Higher turnover rates, lower working capital and lower logistics costs. These results have been achieved by Xerox, a supplier of copiers, printers and print supplies, thanks to Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI).
  • Start-ups start small - and for Rawbite this was the case on several fronts. The first contract was for the Danish army, for extra small versions of their snack bars in field rations, and brand awareness was increasing rapidly.
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