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first_imgJens Bjørn Andersen, DSV ceo, said: “In 2017, DSV’s share price increased by 56 percent and we are satisfied that we have created value for the shareholders and achieved our ambitions with the acquisition of UTi Worldwide.”By the second half of 2017, we accelerated beyond integration mode and started to perform above market level in terms of organic growth in freight volumes.”A strong cash flow of DKK4.84 billion (USD796.6 million) enabled DSV to reduce its debt and re-instigate its share buyback programme.He continued: “As far as markets go, 2017 was the best year since the recession years of 2008-2009. And despite warnings of possible geopolitical disturbances, protectionism and disruption, none of these negatively impacted the upturn in the market in 2017 to any significant degree.”In 2018, DSV says it will start thinking more seriously about further M&A opportunities.”In the past, acquisitions have added great value to the DSV business as well as to our shareholders, so it is a given that M&A will continue to be an active part of our strategy for growth,” said Andersen. www.dsv.comlast_img read more

first_imgRugby League The Lae Snax Tigers will be banking on their halves combination to take center stage on Saturday when they defend the Melanesian Cup against the Nadi Fiji Aviators. The match against the Aviators is scheduled for 1pm kickoff at the National Football Stadium. Tigers coach Stanley Tepend told media at training in Port Moresby yesterday that they will be counting on experience and a witty halves combination. With playmaker Charlie Simon to play five-eighth for the Hunters, the Tigers will be looking to test their halves combination against the Aviators. “With Charlie Simon gone to the Hunters we really miss him. He was a real key player and there was always a lot of calmness on the field, when we played. “But we got Mafu Kalas there. He missed out last year but now he will be with Edwin Ipape in the halves and we see how they play. It may answer questions and reveal areas we need to improve on,” Tepend said. He added that they were not expecting anything big from the players but for them to back up their impressive season last year, but he did mention they had to look to some of their second year players. “David Loko was meant to play but he has a knee injury, we are looking to our second year players like Joe Joshua at fullback, Mark Piti at prop and Edwin Ipape at five-eighth who used to be in the halves with Simon,” Tepend said. He said they had seven weeks of preparation and will be using the match as a trial for combinations as well. “We have had seven weeks of solid training we started on January 5 but not entirely on the Melanesian Cup but on our Digicel Cup campaign as well. “We are seeing this as our first trial with the main focus to see if the halves can jell. A couple of the boys played in the PNGRFL Super Nines … we had a short turnaround. We travelled back on Monday to Lae and trained on Tuesday before arriving here yesterday (Wednesday). But we did our foundation work in the seven weeks,” Tepend said. He added that they had a 20-man squad but will only field 17 on Saturday. Tepend is expected to name the final team on Friday at the Captain’s run.last_img read more

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