Flexport far from reaching ambitious target of leveling up to logistics majors

Logistics company Flexport is not yet among the top league players such as DSV and Kuehne+Nagel. Backed by a billion-dollar injection, however, the European VP sees "no reason why we wouldn't become as large as the top players."

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US Flexport still has a long way to go if the company is to achieve its goal of positioning itself among the largest players in the logistics market.

As Flexport announced to ShippingWatch a couple of years ago, the US logistics company plans to reach the top ten and establish itself as a "well-known and large name in the forwarding industry."

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