Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber) is delighted to announce transport and logistics giant DSV as its newest patron.
Having been in the Northern Ireland marketplace since 2010, the organisation comprises three divisions – DSV Road, DSV Air & Sea and DSV Solutions.
With traffic hubs strategically located all over Europe and 17,000 trucks on the road every day, DSV Road has more than 200 terminals and 300 offices in Europe.
The company’s Air & Sea service has daily world-wide departures, with DSV Solutions specialising in logistics solutions, including warehousing and distribution, packing, freight management, customs clearance, e-commerce and e-business support.
At present the company employs 55 people at its facility at Dargan Road in Belfast.
Commenting on the partnership, Ann McGregor, Chief Executive at NI Chamber, said: “NI Chamber is delighted to welcome DSV as our newest patron. DSV recognises the valuable brand exposure that patronage status of NI Chamber brings and we are looking forward to assisting them in communicating their first-class services to businesses in Northern Ireland and linking them to further opportunities in their specialised area of work.”
Commenting on the patronage, Marshall Boyd, Senior Key Account Manager – Northern Ireland at DSV, said: “Becoming a patron of Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry underlines our commitment to businesses in the region.
“We already work closely with a large number of Northern Ireland businesses in order to help their goods travel domestically, throughout Europe and across the world by air and sea.
“As a patron of NI Chamber, we look forward to benefitting from the range of major profile raising opportunities and networking that the partnership will bring.”
The NI Chamber patronage scheme is limited to 12 companies, which sees DSV join current NI Chamber patrons Agnew Corporate; Caterpillar; Danske Bank; fonaCAB; Grafton Recruitment; Investec Wealth and Investment; Moy Park; Pinsent Mason; Power NI; Ulster Bank and the Ulster University Business School.