Ferry operators bag new Brexit contracts totaling more than GBP 70 million

Four ferry operators, including DFDS and Stena, bag part of new Brexit contracts from the British government. The contracts total more than GBP 70 million and will help ensure freight to and from Great Britain.

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The British government has now signed a fresh handful of Brexit contracts aimed at ensuring a continued supply of vital goods, such as medicine.

The new contracts have been signed with the four ferry operators DFDS, Britanny Ferries, P&O and Stena, and they total GBP 77.6 million.

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