Corona outbreak casts a shadow on outlook for DSV Panalpina

A flare-up in the number of corona cases, lockdowns in crucial transport hubs and, in the end, a slowdown in economic growth pose the biggest risks for DSV Panalpina, says Standard & Poor's. And it is also what is happening in several countries right now.

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DSV Panalpina has already eased some of the tension related to its quarterly report due for publishing on Friday.

The first time was when the group presented a major cost-saving plan in late April, which will reduce the number of employees by 3,000, among other things.

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