XPO Logistics revenue doubles after Norbert Dentressangle buy

August 2015
American Journal of Transportation;8/24/2015, Issue 609, p22
The article reports on the quarterly revenue of XPO Logistics Inc. which has been doubled and boosted by its purchase of France-based transport company Norbert Dentressangle SA and an increase in trucking capacity in the U.S.


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