New competitor secures EU acceptance of DFDS terminal

Ironically, the Swedish competitor NTEX was a decisive factor in ensuring DFDS a competitive advantage on the routes in the North Sea. “This EU decision creates an outrageous concentration of Maersk and DFDS in Gothenburg”, says NTEX Managing Director, Thomas Ström. DFDS denies any connection.

The sarcasm is very clear as the Managing Director of the freight forwarder, NTEX, is asked to comment on the EU approval of the DFDS purchase of the Älvsborg terminal in Gothenburg.

“I wish them the best of luck”, Thomas Ström briefly says.

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