Morgan Stanley: DSV acquiring C.H. Robinson's forwarding division could be good for both

It could make sense for both parties if Danish logistics group DSV ends up taking over the global freight forwarding business of C.H. Robinson, according to Morgan Stanley.

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A potential merger between Danish logistics group DSV and C.H. Robinson’s global freight forwarding business is ”logical” and could make sense for both parties, assesses financial services company Morgan Stanley as cited by The Fly.

This story follows Tuesday’s rumors that DSV has an interest in buying the forwarding business, which could be worth USD 9bn. Sources say the division could provide important access to trade routes across the Pacific Ocean.

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