Kuehne+ Nagel grows 8 percent on seafreight

DSV competitor Kuehne+Nagel has seen an 8 percent increase in volumes in the company's seafreight division.

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Logistics giant Kuehne+Nagel has managed to grow its seafreight business in the first half of the year. The company saw an eight percent increase in volumes transported by sea, compared to the first half of 2013.

The growth corresponds to an increase of 143,000 teu in throughput compared to the first six months last year. The 8 percent increase is more than twice the market average, says Kuehne+Nagel in relation to the interim report. Total volumes came to 1,892 million teu.

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