Speculation surrounding Danish compensation claims leveled at shipyard

DFDS, Royal Arctic Line, and Scandlines are all beset by difficulties at the German shipyard P+S Werften and will demand compensation, writes the German newspaper Ostzee Zeitung. However, Royal Arctic Line denies this in a comment to ShippingWatch.

Photo: Royal Arctic Line

According to Ostzee Seitung, the hard-set East German shipyard P+S Werften in Stralsund is now facing compensation claims from DFDS as well as Royal Arctic Line and Scandlines for delayed deliveries. However, the speculations are toned down by the Danish companies.

DFDS has two ro/ro ferries under construction at the shipyard while Royal Arctic Line has a total of five ships underway and Scandlines is waiting on two ferries.

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