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DSV upgrades expectations for 2022 after "a strong set of results" in first quarter

Following a doubled profit in Q1, DSV upgrades its full-year guidance to DKK 21-23bn (USD 3.1-3.4bn). Outlook of declining economic growth may become a challenge, though.

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The first quarter turned out so well for logistics firm DSV that the copmpany upgrades its 2022 expectations for the operating result (EBIT) to DKK 21-23bn (USD 3.1-3.4bn) from the previous DKK 18-20bn, according to a financial statement.

The upward adjustment is based on an increased operating profit (EBIT) from DKK 3.067bn in Q1 last year to DKK 6.496bn in Q1 this year.

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