DSV are able to assist with the transportation and logistics when moving product. They help with the delivery of product in a way that is safe, secure and on time. This may be by sea, road, air and rail. They can also assist with warehousing of goods.
DSV work globally and have a network of offices and warehouses. This assists with transporting goods globally.
DSV track and trace
DSV offers logistics services which interlink with their warehouses; creating bespoke solutions to add value to a client’s supply chain.
DSV track and trace is the traditional tracking solution that was used by DSV. The focus is on road transports in Europe. Shipments may also be searched for and tracked using specific search parameters such as ID or transport identification numbers.
DSV Air Tracking
DSV is a listed on the NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen; there are three main parts of the business; which include DSV Road, DSV Solutions and DSV Air & Sea.
DSV focuses on transportation and logistics; with the ability to assist with goods in air carriage. Product can be tracked globally; so the parties always have oversight in relation to the trade cycle. There is also DSV Road; which is a top logistics provider; having over 19,000 trucks being used in Europe.
They are a top logistics provider globally, doing over 1,300,000 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent unit; which is 20 feet long and 8 feet high) of sea freight along with an estimated air freight load of 600,000 tons per year.
Through smart logistics solutions, DSV is able to increase efficiencies both in relation to costs and time. DSV is active in over 300 warehouses worldwide and has a global presence.
DSV air and sea tracking
DSV work with carriers on both air and on water; so they can assist with tracking of the goods throughout their journey to the buyer.
DSV Courier tracking
When goods are carried cross border a courier is usually used; and using a tracking service allows a buyer or supplier to have clarity on the movement of goods within their cycle. Having well run systems allows tracking across multiple different carriers.
When transporting pine wooden bed frames from Latvia to the UK it was difficult to decide how product would be carried. The bank had said that they would pay the supplier when bills of lading and shipping documents had been received, but there was no provision for any other transportation methods. Trucking was looked at, due to the potentially reduced cost. However, the company had little experience in road and air transport. By using a logistics solution; and being able to compare and track each method of transport it allowed the company to work quickly and smoothly.
– Jane K, Pine Beds Trader
We were unsure on how to monitor our transportation process and what mode of carriage to use. Our experience is in producing and selling goods; having little experience in different methods of getting goods from supplier to end buyer; by working with Trade Finance Global and a top logistics company, we were able to manage the process and find the most efficient and cost effective type of transportation.
Freight Forwarding Hub
1 | Introduction to Freight Forwarding
2 | Air Freight
3 | Bill of Lading (BL)
4 | Container Shipping
5 | Demurrage
6 | Import General Manifest (IGM) and a Bill of Entry
7 | Full Container Loads vs Less than Container Loads
8 | Inbound Logistics
9 | Container Freight Stations
10 | Container Yards (CY)
11 | Ocean Freight
12 | Reefer Containers
13 | Telex Releases
14 | HS Codes
15 | HSN Codes
16 | IGST, SGST and CGST
17 | Marine Insurance
18 | DSV Tracking
19 | Certificate of Origin