DSV Chief Exec: It's like a law of nature that we improve our results every year

"For the last 20-25 years, each annual result has, with one or two exceptions, been better than the previous," DSV Chief Executive Jens Bjørn Andersen tells ShippingWatch after the company has published a new record result. But Seafreight only just reached the target, and something needs to be done about that.

DSV look set to have missed the target once again in terms of predicting its financial performance for the full year.

Fortunately, the company would probably say.

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