DFDS CEO: Passengers are returning – but supply chains are hit by shortages

Macroeconomic and geopolitical conditions are undergoing severe changes. What do the shipping companies’ top executives see when looking ahead into the rest of 2022? ShippingWatch has asked Torben Carlsen, CEO of DFDS, two questions.

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DFDS, one of Europe’s largest ferry and logistics companies, has moved into new headquarters in Copenhagen, but what is on the horizon in the upcoming six months, according to CEO Torben Carlsen?

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