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DFDS Chief Exec's biggest worry is rapidly approaching

Brexit is at the top of the agenda for DFDS in a 2019 in which continued expansion in Turkey is more important than other major issues in the sector. In an interview with ShippingWatch, CEO Niels Smedegaard outlines the biggest objectives for the company in the year to come.

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Brexit, digitalization and the situation in Turkey.

DFDS Chief Executive Niels Smedegaard tells ShippingWatch about the three top objectives for the shipping and logistics company in 2019 – and neither the trade war nor the upcoming sulfur regulations feature on the list.

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