Kuehne+Nagel's owner projects up to 25 percent less employees after the crisis

Klaus-Michael Kuehne, owner of Kuehne+Nagel, predicts that the company will be much smaller after the crisis, he says in an interview, according to Reuters. The transport and logistics company could have 20-25 percent less employees after the crisis. (Corrected)

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Article corrected on May 27, 2.25 pm CET with new header and subheader

Like its competitors, Kuehne+Nagel will likely lay off employees due to the coronavirus outbreak, says owner Klaus-Michael Kuehne in an interview with German daily Die Welt, according to Reuters.

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