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DACHSER Nordic A/S Managing Director, Finn Skovbo Pedersen, is retiring at the end of the year. He can look back on more than 45 years in the industry – a journey full of ups and downs, great development and tough competition. His position as Managing Director for the Nordics will be filled by René Sidor.
In sunny, rainy and snowy Scandinavia, wood is one of the preferred building materials – it is robust, environmentally friendly and improves indoor climate. But wood requires careful care, something that the Swedish company Sioo:x are experts at. Together with DACHSER, they provide wood protection to Northern Europe.
In an ongoing research project, DACHSER is exploring new ways of city distribution for Europe’s metropolises. But there’s already one clear winner: DACHSER’s modular toolbox for handling the last mile in city centers.
2016 turned out to be a very good year for DACHSER Sweden AB. The company has presented its annual report with a turnover of SEK 474 million before tax in 2016 compared to a turnover of SEK 408 million in 2015. Revenue has grown from a minus in 2014 to a plus of SEK 7.6 million in 2016. DACHSER in the Nordic region continues to grow with a revenue of SEK 1 363 million and a gross income of SEK 45.2 million compared to SEK 41.8 million in 2015 – an increase of 8.1 percent and the best results for the Nordic group to this date.

DACHSER magazine

The DACHSER magazine is published four times a year. It addresses customers, staff and other interested readers worldwide. The magazine informs about the latest developments and trends in the logistics industry and the cosmos in which our company operates. Fascinating background details are complemented by journalistic formats from the fields of science, culture and business. The DACHSER magazine is published in German, English, French and Spanish.

Market Information

The transport sector in Italy has announced a general transportation strike, starting Friday October 27, including Monday October 30 and Tuesday October 31 2017. The strike has been called by the trades union.
On July 7 and 8 2017, Hamburg will be hosting the G20 Summit. There may be serious impairments in the handling of collection and delivery during and after the event.