Sea freight is expected to boost half-year revenue at DSV

Thursday, when DSV publishes its report for the first six months of 2021, air and sea freight is expected to boost the revenue in the half-year period, which has been marked by record-high container rates and unprecedented pressure in the logistics chain.

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The revenue at DSV Panalpina is expected to have made considerable progress in the second quarter and thus the first half of 2021, driven by the hectic container market, which keeps setting new records week by week.

In an estimate prepared by Swedish Handelsbanken just over a week ago, the bank expects the company's revenue to have gone up to DKK 32.4 billion (USD 5.15 billion) in the past three months against DKK 28.8 billion in the same period last year.

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