• Cuxhaven to extend its port area

    Cuxhaven to extend its port area

    In 2017, the German port of Cuxhaven, will be extended with 85,000 m2 new land. This means 30% extra storage and capacity to berth four freight ships. And the other good news: it will be situated right next to DFDS’ current terminal and is thus perfectly located to help grow DFDS’ freight services.

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  • How DFDS reduces empty driving

    How DFDS reduces empty driving

    DFDS has a strong focus on reducing the kilometres driven without cargo – the so-called empty driving. Reducing this will cut costs, and is – above all – very beneficial to improve the company’s carbon footprint.

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  • Customer demand increases capacity on DFDS’ Baltic routes

    Customer demand increases capacity on DFDS’ Baltic routes

    By adding an extra vessel to the ferry routes and by increasing the number of sailings, DFDS seeks to meet its customers’ demand for extra capacity.

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  • DFDS is to lengthen a freight vessel by 30 metres

    DFDS is to lengthen a freight vessel by 30 metres

    This summer, DFDS will lengthen one of its freight vessels by 30 metres, adding more than 800 lane metres’ capacity to the ship. This is equivalent to about 55 trailers. Why would DFDS lengthen a ship? It’s a relatively quick way to get additional capacity It will reduce the energy consumption per transported lane metre […]

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  • DFDS turns 150

    DFDS turns 150

    This year DFDS turns 150. To look that far back in time is a privilege, especially considering our every-changing world in which world wars, crises and tumultuous change have influenced our lives so profoundly. Read this story and discover the foundation of the company.

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Cuxhaven to extend its port area

Cuxhaven to extend its port area

In 2017, the German port of Cuxhaven, will be extended with 85,000 m2 new land. This means 30% extra storage and capacity to berth four freight ships. And the other good news: it will be situated right next to DFDS’ current terminal and is thus perfectly located to help grow DFDS’ freight services.

Customer demand increases capacity on DFDS’ Baltic routes

Customer demand increases capacity on DFDS’ Baltic routes

By adding an extra vessel to the ferry routes and by increasing the number of sailings, DFDS seeks to meet its customers’ demand for extra capacity.

How DFDS reduces empty driving

How DFDS reduces empty driving

DFDS has a strong focus on reducing the kilometres driven without cargo – the so-called empty driving. Reducing this will cut costs, and is – above all – very beneficial to improve the company’s carbon footprint.

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