• DFDS beats World record by building the largest LEGO ship

    DFDS beats World record by building the largest LEGO ship

    DFDS has its 150th anniversary in 2016 and to mark this special year, they decided to do something extraordinary. DFDS colleagues from different countries, offices and ships have worked together to build the world’s biggest LEGO ship.

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  • DFDS’ ferries sail 63% more freight across the English Channel

    DFDS’ ferries sail 63% more freight across the English Channel

    This spring DFDS introduced the new vessels CÔTE DES DUNES and CÔTE DES FLANDRES on Dover – Calais route. With CALAIS SEAWAYS, this is enhancing DFDS’ daily schedule of sailings between Dover and Calais by up to 30 departures per day.

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  • DFDS plans to add new ships to the fleet

    DFDS plans to add new ships to the fleet

    Success is always accompanied by new challenges. DFDS has been very successful in making the sea transport offering attractive to their customers. This continued in the second quarter of 2016, which saw a general increase in freight volumes on their ships by a third.

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  • DFDS weighs containers to help customers

    DFDS weighs containers to help customers

    As from 1 July 2016, all containers lifted onto a vessel must have an indication of their weight. Therefore, DFDS will offer weighing service to customers.

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  • Stricter EU sulphur rules: 1.5 years later

    Stricter EU sulphur rules: 1.5 years later

    It has been 1.5 years since the EU introduced stricter sulphur limits for North European shipping. DFDS is one of the pioneers in this field, with 17 ships being fitted with scrubbers.

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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.

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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.

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DFDS beats World record by building the largest LEGO ship

DFDS beats World record by building the largest LEGO ship

DFDS has its 150th anniversary in 2016 and to mark this special year, they decided to do something extraordinary. DFDS colleagues from different countries, offices and ships have worked together to build the world’s biggest LEGO ship.

DFDS’ ferries sail 63% more freight across the English Channel

DFDS’ ferries sail 63% more freight across the English Channel

This spring DFDS introduced the new vessels CÔTE DES DUNES and CÔTE DES FLANDRES on Dover – Calais route. With CALAIS SEAWAYS, this is enhancing DFDS’ daily schedule of sailings between Dover and Calais by up to 30 departures per day.

DFDS plans to add new ships to the fleet

DFDS plans to add new ships to the fleet

Success is always accompanied by new challenges. DFDS has been very successful in making the sea transport offering attractive to their customers. This continued in the second quarter of 2016, which saw a general increase in freight volumes on their ships by a third.

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