DSV announces DB Schenker as potential acquisition candidate

With a market share estimated at 4-5 percent, DSV wants to continue growing by way of new acqusitions. The logistics company is interested in a dialog with DB Schenker if the company is put up for sale, CFO Jens Lund tells ShippingWatch.

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After working out the formal details related to the acquisition of Agility Global Integrated Logistics, logistics company DSV Panalpina has already set its sights on new acquisitions, among these German operator DB Schenker, CFO Jens Lund tells ShippingWatch.

"We would like to continue the consolidation of the industry. We're keeping an eye out for what's happening in the market, and there are several players that would make sense for us to merge with," Lund says.

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