Two-driver service cuts UK-Scandinavia times

DSV Road UK has launched an express trucking service between the UK and Scandinavia for time-sensitive shipments.
The Daily Flyer service – operated by vehicles with two drivers –reduces transit times between the UK and Scandinavian destinations by between 24 and 48 hours.
The premium product will eventually be rolled out across Europe, reveals Karl Timmis, director for northern Europe at DSV Road UK.
“More and more of our customers are seeking the faster transit times which this service offers. We have offices in all the main UK and Scandinavian centres, so the door-to-door service is completely run within our own terminals and IT systems,” he adds.
“We believe there is a demand for a faster service, where speed-to-market is paramount.”
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