Thomas Knudsen delivers profit on his last watch as Toll CEO

Thomas Knudsen succeeded with turning the financially strained logistics firm Toll Group from red to black figures before he stepped down as chief executive to take over as chairman of the board instead.

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Thomas Knudsen managed to turn Australian logistics group Toll into a profitable organization before the former Maersk employee stepped down to become chairman of the board at the company, which is headquartered in Singapore.

According to the full-year report, which has just been announced, a financial transition has occurred at the Japanese-owned company.

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