Searching out deep value in US trucking
Weakness in the price?
The takeover of Global Logistic Properties (GLP) and the ongoing consolidation in container shipping (for which, read Cosco Shipping Holdings’ takeover of OOCL and Maersk’s Hamburg Süd buy) were the biggest M&A highlights of 2017 – but it was a year that was broadly disappointing in terms of deal-making in the global transport and logistics sector.
Is 2018 going to be any better? And especially, given recent speculation, what are the chances of major US shippers getting their hands dirty in ...
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