DSV CEO expects "soft slowdown" in the rest of 2022

DSV CEO Jens Bjørn Andersen expects demand to wane for the rest of 2022 but no major decline. The logistics group’s new guidance upgrade still entails an expected slowdown, he tells ShippingWatch’s sister media, MobilityWatch.

DSV CEO Jens Bjørn Andersen. | Photo: PR/DSV

The second quarter held new records in the key figures of DSV as the logistics group upgraded its financial guidance for the year.

But despite the progress made in the quarter and the elevated expectations, the company predicts waning demand across freight markets for the rest of the year.

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