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DSV upgrades expectations for 2018

The transport and logistics group now expects a slightly higher operating profit for the whole year, shows the company's third quarter report. According to its CEO, DSV has not been impacted by trade conflicts, but does acknowledge that they create uncertainty. Seafreight has grown well.

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DSV is turning its expectations for 2018 up a notch.

The Danish transport and logistics company now expects an operating profit of DKK 5.4–5.6 billion, while the company is still aiming for an adjusted free cash flow of DKK 4.2 billion, informs the company in its third quarter interim report published Friday morning.

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