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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