DSV does not share Kuehne+Nagel's ambition of growth

Profit is more important than high growth for DSV, says CFO Jens Lund in an interview with ShippingWatch in reference to competitor Kuehne+Nagel, which says it aims to grow twice as fast as the market.

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Is a good balance between revenue and profit more important than high growth?

Chief financial officer Jens Lund from Danish transport and logistics company DSV believes so. Lund is satisfied with the company's third quarter growth of 4 percent within seafreight, corresponding to one percent more than general market growth.

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