Scan Global Logistics closes in on new acquisition

Scan Global Logistics expects to land a new acquisition within the next six to ten weeks. In the meantime, the logistics company is opening two new offices in South Africa. The timing is right, CEO tells ShippingWatch.

Allan Meldgaard, CEO of Scan Global Logistics, is hard at work on new acquisitions | Photo: Scan Global

Despite the strained global supply chains, Scan Global Logistics' growth ambitions remain intact.

Before long, the logistics company expects a new acquisition to fall into place, says CEO of Scan Global Logistics Allan Melgaard to ShippingWatch.

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