DSV calls off trade war fears: Higher tariffs mean nothing to us

While major liner companies see trade conflict, a hard Brexit and world economy slowdown as a toxic cocktail, DSV Chief Executive Jens Bjørn Andersen sees more business. He explains the company's continued progress to ShippingWatch.

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Despite the threat of trade war, a looming hard Brexit and the world economy starting to reverse, DSV Chief Executive Jens Bjørn Andersen is not worried.

And a look at the company's half-year financials shows a rise in earnings, higher revenue and even more containers moved by sea than in the year before.

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