CEO expects Brexit to challenge DFDS in much of 2020

DFDS will be pressured by Brexit for a large part of 2020, assesses CEO Torben Carlsen in an interview with ShippingWatch. The last six months of 2019 were especially tough on the shipping company, but despite an expectation for lowered growth in 2020, he does not fear for the ambitious growth strategy.

Torben Carlsen, DFDS' chief executive officer. | Photo: DFDS

Brexit uncertainty continues to cause problems for ro-ro shipping company DFDS.

The UK's exit from the EU means that DFDS expects lower growth in 2020 than in 2019, which also saw the company lower its guidance several times with reference to Brexit.

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