What is DSV’s overall approach to the COVID-19 situation?
Overall, we follow the guidance provided by the World Health Organization (WHO) and national authorities such as Ministries of Foreign Affairs and National Health Authorities in the countries where DSV is operating. We obey any restrictions imposed.
Does DSV accept visitors/guests at its offices and facilities?
In some locations, in common with government advice or restrictions, we avoid all unnecessary visitors and postpone meetings or hold them by tele- or videoconference instead. We recommend that visitors sign declarations to inform us where they have been in the past 14 days. Anyone having been in a high-risk area is asked to leave immediately.
High-risk areas are defined by national authorities such as Ministries of Foreign Affairs and National Health Authorities in the countries where DSV is operating.
Does DSV have a business continuity programme?
Yes, we do. DSV’s business continuity programme is part of our crisis management set-up. Our Executive Crisis Committee directs all key activities during this critical period to ensure that the entire DSV organisation is aligned and aware of the steps to be taken in order to continue to serve our customers.
What happens in countries which introduce lock-down measures?
DSV will continue operations while taking the necessary measures to ensure the health and safety of our employees and business partners.
We will work from home and with reduced staff in the offices. Terminals and warehouses will be kept operational while we obey guidelines and restrictions in any given country/region.
At DSV we will do our utmost to maintain operations as close to normal as possible.
Which DSV operations are affected by the COVID-19 situation?
In general, we are operational. Some but not all operations are affected and not to the same extent. The situation is developing day by day, and we strongly encourage customers to reach out to their usual contact person at DSV.
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