DSV – two tuck-ins and one 'ego play'
Looking past the side dishes
The fastest growing freight company in the West, XPO Logistics has captured the headlines with its outlandishly ambitious plans of growing into a multi-billion-dollars of revenue company within just a few years, principally propelled by an aggressive acquisition strategy is a market that appears to be ripe for consolidation. But what does the US investment community make of such plans? Here is one Wall St analysis.
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