• Shipment of a 172-tonne train

    Shipment of a 172-tonne train

    Read and view how DFDS conducted the shipment of a railway maintenance train weighing 172 tonnes and measuring 70 metre.

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  • Behind the scenes of work and life at sea

    Behind the scenes of work and life at sea

    Freight shipping at DFDS continues around the clock, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. This story in our series ‘Camera Travelling the World’ is a good demonstration of how work on board ship never ends.

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  • Google Street View on our ships

    Google Street View on our ships

    Do you want to visit the ferry’s restaurants beforehand, see the various bars or see what we have in store at our shop? You’re now able to board our ships: continue reading for your virtual ticket!

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  • Ship turns into a floating hotel

    Ship turns into a floating hotel

    One of our ships is now temporarily serving as a floating hotel. This is not completely an unknown area for our crews who already serve large numbers of passengers on mini-cruises to Amsterdam or Copenhagen. But this time it’s different. This time our vessel PATRIA SEAWAYS won’t be cruising with passengers, but will stay at […]

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  • How we store, sort and distribute frozen food

    How we store, sort and distribute frozen food

    In the series Camera Travelling the DFDS World, staff provide an insight in their work. This time, we visited our logistics colleagues in Grimsby in the UK. They provide storage, sorting and distribution of fresh and frozen food to customers, mainly seafood. They distribute the food throughout the country, to supermarkets, to far-flung places and to […]

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Shipment of a 172-tonne train

Shipment of a 172-tonne train

Read and view how DFDS conducted the shipment of a railway maintenance train weighing 172 tonnes and measuring 70 metre.

Behind the scenes of work and life at sea

Behind the scenes of work and life at sea

Freight shipping at DFDS continues around the clock, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. This story in our series ‘Camera Travelling the World’ is a good demonstration of how work on board ship never ends.

Working at sea is a lifestyle

Working at sea is a lifestyle

Working at sea is a lifestyle says Trine: “I love being on board and working hard for a couple of weeks. Afterwards I have 14 days off and go home, and have lots of time to enjoy being with friends and family.

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