DSV is purchasing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) for all its 2023 business air travel to reduce its carbon emissions. As an alternative to flying on fossil jet fuel, SAF is on the rise. By replacing crude oil with renewable oil materials, SAF reduces greenhouse gas emissions by approximately 80% compared to fossil jet fuel.
The purchase of SAF for all of DSV’s 2023 business air travel will bring the company closer to realising its sustainability goals by reducing its indirect emissions.
“DSV is proud to replace all fossil jet fuel with SAF for all of our 2023 business flights. As one of the world’s largest freight forwarders, we recognise our responsibility to work towards reducing our indirect emissions. Since COVID, we have been able to reduce our amount of business air travel, but being a global company with customers and business partners across the world, we cannot eliminate it completely. With this initiative, we seek to lower the impact of our business air travel,” says Jens Bjørn Andersen, Group CEO, DSV.
Collaboration is critical to all development and innovation, not least in sustainability. Therefore, for all of DSV’s 2023 business travel with SAS, the transport and logistics company has partnered directly with SAS through its Corporate Sustainability Program to purchase SAF.
“SAS aims to decarbonise aviation, and progress on this ambitious plan can only be achieved by collaboration. By involving and collaborating with our customers, we will reduce CO2 emissions and stimulate the market and enable a more large-scale production of sustainable aviation fuels. We hope the partnership between DSV and SAS will inspire other companies to join our Corporate Sustainability Program and be part of the journey to transform the aviation industry for generations to come,” says Anko van der Werff, President and CEO of SAS.