Media: DFDS in process of buying Turkish transportation company

According to media, DFDS is engaged in a takeover of Turkish logistics firm Ekol Logistics’ road transport division. DFDS declines to comment on acquisition rumors.

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Danish ferry and logistics company DFDS is in the process of acquiring the road transport division of the Turkish logistics firm Ekol Logistics, according to Turkey Posts.

The division in question, Ekol International Road Transport Company, represents around 60% of revenue in Ekol Logistics, according to the media.

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