Brexit final dash reduces DFDS' setback in cargo volumes

The intense stock buildup in late 2020 means that DFDS' cargo volumes combined went down 1 percent compared to the year before.

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Ferry and logistics operator DFDS saw its cargo volumes increase 28 percent in December compared to the same period last year, as the British built up their stockpiles ahead of Brexit, says the company in a press release.

Routes between the Netherlands and Great Britain as well as Sweden and Great Britain especially recorded increased activity in December, reports DFDS.

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