Analysts keep close eye on DSV Panalpina integration

DSV's integration of its major acquisition, Panalpina, will be in sharp focus among stock analysts when the Danish logistics operator presents is fourth quarter interim results.

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Much attention will be given to expectations for 2020 and the integration of Panalpina when transportation giant DSV Panalpina publishes its fourth quarter interim report for 2019 on Friday.

Several analysts say that DSV Panalpina will probably play a cautious game regarding its outlook for this year.

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