DSV CCO says restrictions and inflation could change market in 2022

New restrictions could move consumption online and prompt additional freight, while rising inflation could put a damper on that consumption, says logistics major DSV's chief commercial officer.

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New, extensive restrictions wash over Europe alongside the Omicron contagion, which could impact consumption on the continent.

When restaurants and the service economy shut down, consumption moves online, providing more business and freight for logistics company DSV, which predicted prior to the outbreak of Omicron that supply chains would come under pressure for some time going into 2022.

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