DFDS' Chinese yards up and running again

DFDS was one of several shipping lines that received a letter on force majeure from their yards in China. According to the ferry operator, the yards are operational again, and newbuild construction follows the set plan.

Photo: PR / Danske Rederier

According to ferry operator DFDS, Chinese shipbuilders are at it again following a long-winded halt resulting from the corona outbreak.

In February, several shipping companies received notifications from shipyards making reference to force majeure when new ships saw delays. DFDS is having several vessels built in China and was among the carriers that got a letter.

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