Unifeeder CEO breathes sigh of relief: "Six months ago the world looked strange"

Six months ago, Unifeeder's CEO was cautious and nervous. "The world looked strange," he explains, but says that 2019 still looks to be a "quite reasonable" year. Two dynamics in particular cause optimism.

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Six months ago, Unifeeder CEO Jesper Kristensen worried about developments in the global economy, but today he can breathe more easily.

2019 looks to be a "quite reasonable" year for the DP World-owned feeder carrier based in Denmark even though trade war and global economic unrest have been almost constant companions most of the year, he explains in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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