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Dachser road revenues stumble, but sea & air catch the fall

Sea and air freight logistics income compensated Dachser for a small loss from its major business of road logistics in 2020 as the pandemic altered the pattern of business and consumer logistics, said the company.

A 0.9% decrease in overall net revenues of €5.61 billion (US$6.71 billion) as a result of 2.2% decline in road transport business, was offset to some extent by the smaller overall business that makes up its Air & Sea Logistics division which saw a 5.2% increase. However, the road logistics business declined by €99 million (US$118.45 million) compared to a €59 million (US$70.59 million) increase in sea and air business.

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