DSV behind rejected offer on logistics company Ceva

Danish DSV now confirms that the company has placed a bid on logistics company Ceva, which rejected the offer earlier today. Acquisitions are still part of DSV's strategic plan, director of investor relations Flemming Ole Nielsen tells ShippingWatch.

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Danish logistics and transport company DSV was behind the bid on the partly CMA CGM-owned Ceva Logistics, DSV confirms in a stock exchange announcement after Ceva announced on Thursday morning that it had rejected a takeover offer.

"Our proposal has been rejected by Ceva’s Board of Directors, and DSV has no dialogue with Ceva regarding a voluntary public tender offer for the outstanding equity of Ceva," DSV writes in its announcement to the stock exchange.

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