How DSV breathed new life into US acquisition

How do you make a 1 plus (-1) into 3? DSV's miracle-maker Jens Bjørn Andersen describes how the integration of struggling US-based forwarder UTi has boosted DSV's margins big-time.

"We've heard that you're ruthless."

DSV's reputation preceded CEO Jens Bjør Andersen when he met the new employees of UTi Worldwide, the US-based forwarder DSV acquired in 2016. Several employees were not entirely comfortable with the takeover of return-focused DSV.

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