DSV and Maersk rank in top three by revenue in Denmark

Maersk is the largest company in Denmark in terms of revenue, while DSV's top line hits DKK 100 billion for the first time, according to a ranking from Børsen.

Jens Bjørn Andersen, CEO at DSV. | Photo: Staff/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Both DSV and Maersk rank in the top three of Danish companies in terms of revenue, according to business daily Børsen's ranking of the 1000 largest companies in the country.

Maersk ranks highest while DSV comes third with its first ever three-digit billion bottom line at an annual revenue of DKK 115.9 billion. DSV's growth is not least a result of its acquisitions in the past year of Uti Worldwide, Panalpina and, most recently, Global Integrated Solutions from Agility, which has added considerably to the company's size as well as its global staff of now 75,000.

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