DFDS enters partnership with English Channel competitor

DFDS enters a mutual space partnership with its competitor P&O Ferries regarding freight traffic across the English Channel. The partnership is announced shortly before Irish Ferries deploys its first ferry as the third player on the route. Irish Ferries will not be invited to join the partnership, informs DFDS.

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DFDS now enters a partnership with competitor P&O Ferries regarding freight traffic on the important trade lane Dover-Calais across the English Channel.

But Irish Ferries, which is set to launch a competing service one the same route next month, is not invited to participate in the partnership, DFDS informs ShippingWatch.

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