Analysis: How green is DSV's Green Logistics initiative?
At the November Glasgow climate conference, COP26, the Danish government along with other states and ...
Panalpina has attributed its apparently disappointing air freight results in the first quarter to a single customer which gave the logistics company “extraordinary volumes” in the first quarter of last year. Volumes grew just 1% in the quarter, below the market average of 3 to 4%. This is likely to be repeated in the next quarter, noted CEO Peter Ulber. Also a worry is continued low oil prices which is having an effect on Panlapina’s oil and gas customers.
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