DSV CFO hopes for next acquisition in 2018

If the integration of UTI goes well, there should be nothing in the way of DSV being ready to make its next acquisition in 2018, CFO Jens Lund tells ShippingWatch. But first, UTI needs to be thoroughly cleaned up.

One can either evolve or wind down. This is the summary from DSV's Chief Financial Officer, Jens Lund, after a year in which the company managed to pick up market shares and boost its result - but there are no prospects of continued growth happening on its own in a market characterized by dark forecasts for the global economic growth.

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