Analysts: DFDS under pressure in the North Sea and the Channel

Once again, the analysts will focus on the two routes Gothenburg-Immingham and Dover-Calais when DFDS will present its third quarter report on Thursday, two analysts tell ShippingWatch.

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Once again, the two routes between Gothenburg and Immingham and Dover and Calais will be at the centre of attention when DFDS will present its 2012 third quarter reports, two analysts tell ShippingWatch.

“What is most interesting are probably the things we will not be informed about as there is not much to say at the moment. If DFDS has two problems it is the competitive situation on Gothenburg-Immingham and Calais-Dover. I will be looking for the situation in these areas and of course the general growth in volumes and markets on especially the North Sea for roro”, Nordea Share Analyst Finn Bjarke Pedersen tells ShippingWatch.

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