650 personnel to leave DFDS

In coming months, Danish shipping company DFDS will bid farewell to 650 personnel as a direct consequence of the coronavirus crisis. The aim is to achieve cost savings of DKK 250 million annually.

Photo: Mads Claus Rasmussen/Ritzau Scanpix

Danish ferry and logistics company DFDS will have to say goodbye to 650 personnel as part of cost cutting measures due to the coronavirus crisis, informs the shipping company in an announcement.

The layoffs are carried out to achieve annual cost reductions totaling DKK 250 million (USD 37.7 million) and aim to adapt DFDS to the new reality facing the company following the global outbreak of coronavirus.

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