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DFDS and Stena Line bag new Brexit contracts with the UK

The UK government has awarded a series of new Brexit contracts that will ensure freight of medicine to the UK after Brexit. DFDS and Stena Line are among the ferry operators which have secured some of the contracts, which are worth several million pounds.

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DFDS, Stena Line, P&O Ferries and Brittany Ferries have been awarded a new round of Brexit contracts that will ensure shipments of medicine to the UK after the Brexit cutoff date on Oct. 31.

The contracts have a combined value of GBP 86.6 million and have a duration of six months, informs the UK Department for Transport.

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