DSV Entertainment Logistics unveil new service

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The DSV Group has announced the launch of DSV Entertainment Logistics, a new division of the company, which will provide transport and logistics solutions across the entertainment industries with a particular focus on the music industry at launch. The DSV Group is one of the top 3 transport providers worldwide with an annual turnover of €4.8 billion and 21,000 staff in over 60 countries. Together with the company’s partners and agents DSV offer services in more than 110 countries including all of the major entertainment hubs. DSV Entertainment Logistics, which will be headquartered in the UK, will focus on the music, sport, TV & film, live events, exhibitions, theatre & art sectors and will provide a one-stop shop solution for all of these industry’s transport and logistics requirements. The company aims to focus primarily on the music industry at launch and will provide services across the whole spectrum of the business from bands just starting out through to global stadium tours. The company’s global presence means that it can offer huge economies of scale and local sourcing of services alongside an international reputation for reliability and professionalism. Just some of the services available from DSV Entertainment Logistics will include:

  • Road freight
  • Airfreight & Charters
  • Sea freight
  • Worldwide equipment storage
  • Insurance
  • Packing & crating

The company also places great importance on offering a bespoke service and will appoint a personal account manager to every client to ensure that services are tailored to their individual requirements. Rene Falch, Chief Commercial Officer of DSV A/S and Managing Director of DSV Entertainment Logistics said, “DSV Entertainment Logistics will provide bespoke global transport solutions alongside highly competitive pricing, reliability and professionalism. We are aiming to be involved in all areas of the entertainment industries but will focus primarily on the music industry at launch. We see this as an area of great opportunity and potential growth particularly in live music and feel we can provide real value and expertise though our international reach and the economies of scale we can offer.”

American Journal of Transportation