Hedge fund manager: Three trends changing the transport and logistics sectors

While the head of the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) pinpoints the transportation sector as potentially the next big story in the green revolution, partners at thematic hedge fund St. Petri Capital see three trends shaping the sector this decade.

At St. Petri Capital the three founders also see a thematic investment possibility within transport.

In an interview with AMWatch, Peter Damgaard Jensen, chair of the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC), identifies the transportation sector as perhaps the next big area after infrastructure to be revolutionized by the green transformation wave now sweeping the globe.

At Copenhagen-based thematic hedge fund St. Petri Capital, Portfolio Manager and Partner Jens W. Larsson points to three trends currently changing the transport sector.

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