DSV grows 10 pct on the bottom line

Logistics group DSV grew its bottom line by 10 percent in the second quarter this year. The integration of UTi is progressing faster than originally anticipated, says CEO Jens Bjørn Andersen.

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Danish logistics major DSV published its second quarter interim report today, Friday, and the company is able to present an improved revenue as well as result.

Net revenue in the second quarter increased to USD 2.63 billion against USD 1.96 billion in the second quarter 2015. Profits also grew to an adjusted result of USD 91.3 million, up from USD 83.8 million in the same period last year.

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