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It was in early Q2 this year when the first reports emerged that Klaus-Michael Kuehne was serious about taking a rather large interest in Germany’s Lufthansa, having boosted his stake to 10% in the airline at the time.

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Meanwhile, the forwarder he controls and carries his name, Kuehne + Nagel (K+N) from Switzerland, has relentlessly promoted its own air freight strategy. How?

Striking ad-hoc deals aimed at growing organically – and looking more friendly to the environment – culminated last month with ...

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