Investor in Panalpina: DSV's offer makes sense

Economies of scale are essential to surviving in the freight forwarding industry, says Panalpina-investor Franklin Templeton, which is pushing for consolidation.

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DSV's billion dollar offer on Panalpina is a sensible deal for all parties involved in the acquisition attempt, says Franklin Templeton Investment, which owns 3 percent of Panalpina.

In partnership with several other investors, Franklin Templeton Investment is pushing for Panalpina to accept a purchase offer.

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