Denmark's DSV eyes more big acquisitions in fragmented freight market



Denmark's DSV, which became the world's fifth largest freight transportation company by buying up competitors, is considering more large acquisitions to expand in a fragmented market despite weak growth in global trade.
The company's simple corporate structure and success in turning around loss-making firms has helped to boost its shares by 25 percent this year as it integrates its $1.35 billion acquisition of loss-making, California-based UTi in January.
DSV's culture is embodied in chief executive Jens Bjorn Andersen, whose straight talking, including blunt statements prioritising profit... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Business, Views: 51
Source: Reuters
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