Supply chain chaos boosts DFDS' Turkish venture after slow start

The timing proved unfortunate when DFDS took over Turkish carrier U.N. Ro-Ro in 2018. An economic crisis in Türkiye made for a difficult start, but bottlenecks and supply chain chaos following the pandemic have boosted DFDS’ investment in the company.

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DFDS dug deep into its pockets when investing DKK 7.1bn (USD 912.3m) in Turkish RoRo carrier U.N. Ro-Ro in 2018, accelerating its expansion in the Mediterranean region, but an economic crisis in Türkiye initially put a spanner in the works for DFDS.

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