Former DSV and Kuehne + Nagel executive plans to double Leman's revenue

He helped DSV enter the German market and used to serve as managing director at Kuehne + Nagel. Now Thomas Krøyer embarks on the next chapter of Leman's strategy, which aims to double the group's revenue in four years, he tells ShippingWatch.

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Transport and logistics group Leman embarks on a new growth plan that aims to double the Danish company's revenue from DKK 2.4 billion (USD 381 million) to DKK 5 billion (USD 794 million) in three to four years, Leman chief executive, Thomas Krøyer, tells ShippingWatch in an interview.

"We have to create a Leman that has some scalability. In our world, it is not insignificant that the company has some kind of size. So we have a strong ambition to move towards [being, -ed.] a company that is two or three times bigger," says Krøyer.

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