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US-based GXO Logistics is making a decisive push to strengthen its PPCLO leadership among listed contract logistics players worldwide with a $1.3bn-equivalent deal targeting Clipper Logistics of the UK.
The boards are “pleased to announce that they have reached agreement on the key terms of a possible cash and share offer for Clipper by GXO (the “Possible Offer”),” a statement released yesterday read.
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