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DSV introduces new China-Europe road freight

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Transport and logistics firm DSV Panalpina Corporate has introduced a new intercontinental road freight between China and Europe, offering an alternative to air, rail and sea freight.

Denmark’s DSV said the new DSV Silkway Express offers quick door-to-door transit times of 14-18 days at rates much lower than air freight.

“DSV collects the cargo exactly when it’s ready at the shipper, which means customers don’t have to consider closing and cut off for any vessel, rail or air schedule. Goods can be moved seven days a week with multiple pickup and delivery locations possible. And customers can reroute goods during the journey,” DSV said.

The service ensures that all trucks are sealed and equipped with GPS tracking in order for customers to follow.

“The security fee is included in the transport cost and covers rest stops at secure gated parking lots,” DSV added.

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