DFDS opens direct route between Ireland and France

DFDS will from the turn of the year open a direct route between Ireland and France, which will provide "direct and paperless" transport between the EU countries for trucks and drivers, says the company.

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At the turn of the year, DFDS opens a new ferry service between Rosslare in Ireland and Dunkirk in northern France.

The purpose is to offer "direct and paperless" transport between the EU countries, says the shipping company in a press release.

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