DFDS buys Dutch logistics company with 1,800 employees

Ferry and logistics operator DFDS buys company HSF Logistics, which provides cold chain logistics, for EUR 296 million. The company has an annual revenue of DKK 2.8 billion and 1,800 employees. The acquisition opens up for new growth opportunities, says CEO.

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Ferry and logistics major DFDS buys Dutch company HSF Logistics for EUR 296 million, says DFDS in a notice to the stock exchange.

HSF Logistics is described as one of Europe's leading suppliers of cold chain logistics for meat producers and other foods makers, with an annual revenue of DKK 2.8 billion (EUR 376.3 million) and 1,800 employees.

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