Kuehne + Nagel boosts seaborne container volumes

Logistics company Kuehne + Nagel books increased revenue and gross profit in this year's third quarter relative to 2018. Seaborne container freight has also been on the rise.

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Logistics operator Kuehne + Nagel's seaborne cargo business outperformed other segments during the first nine months of this year, shows the company's interim report published Tuesday.

It turns out that Kuehne + Nagel shipped 3.67 million containers (teu) during the period, corresponding to 152,000 additional units compared to the first nine months of 2018.

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