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Scan Global makes another upgrade to 2022 guidance

Logistics firm Scan Global raises expectations for the full-year result after a second quarter during which growth continued, especially driven by a number of acquisitions during the period.

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Scan Global Logistics forecasts an even more profitable 2022 than what has been previously announced, the company informs in a statement on the quarterly report showing advances on both top and bottom lines.

The Danish logistics company now projects an adjusted operating result (EBITDA) in the range of USD 185-195m against the previous guidance of USD 170-180m announced in the first quarter.

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