DSV upgrades its expectations after record Q2 result

Transport and logistics group DSV now upgrades its full-year expectations for operating result as well as available cash flow after a result for the second quarter described as "all-time high" by CEO Jens Bjørn Andersen.

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DSV upgrades its full-year guidance for operating profit as well available cash flow after a second quarter that, according to the company, was the best ever, shows the interim report, published Wednesday morning CET.

DSV has good momentum and a strong foundation for further growth, and we upgrade our expectations for 2018"

Jens Bjørn Andersen, CEO, DSV

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