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Scan Global maintains strong growth trajectory in third quarter

The freight forwarder, owned by a private equity firm, more than doubled operating earnings in the third quarter of 2021. The company leaves full-year guidance unchanged.

Allan Melgaard, topchef i Scan Global Logistics. | Photo: Scan Global

Fast-growing freight forwarder Scan Global Logistics kept up its momentum in the third quarter as well, according to the company's recent financial report.

Having carried out a number of acquisitions lately, the company saw revenue nearly double from USD 310 million to USD 580 million in the third quarter.

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