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DSV: We've won shares in a declining market

DSV's first quarter did not begin at the pace the Group was expecting. Still, the logistics and transportation company fulfilled its own expectations and continues with the same recipe even though the market is declining.

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DSV's first quarter did not begin at the pace the Group was expecting. Still, the logistics and transportation company fulfilled its own expectations and continues with the same recipe even though the market is declining, says CEO Jens Bjørn Andersen, DSV, to Ritzau Finans.

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