Unifeeder CEO after new acquisition: "You can never say that you're done"

Unifeeder, backed by its owner DP World, has made yet another major acquisition that falls in line with the overall strategy. "If you believe in consolidation, scale and the effects of acquisitions, one can never say that one's done," says CEO Jesper Kristensen to ShippingWatch.

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It is likely not the last time that Unifeeder has been shopping to add new companies to the Aarhus-based shipping company's business, says CEO Jesper Kristensen after the latest acquisition of a logistics company as well as a feeder shipping company in India.

"Now we have to take a breather and count to ten, but if you believe in consolidation, scale and the effects of acquisitions, "You can never say that you're done. How can I know that for certain," asks Kristensen, adding that Unifeeder will not "buy up just to buy up."

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