If DSV misses out on Panalpina the field of candidates shrinks

As obvious a target Panalpina seems to be for DSV, as difficult it will likely be to find an attractive alternative if the acquisition fails. ShippingWatch provides an overview of some of the most obvious candidates in the field.

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DSV must arm itself with patience if the ongoing efforts to take over Panalpina fail. Because it could take awhile to find a new acquisition candidate that is interesting enough.

Several analysts ShippingWatch has spoken to note in particular the size of the companies DSV has recently been eying but which have so far not proven ready to be taken over by the Danish transport and logistics group.

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