DFDS withdraws from sales negotiations on Scandlines

DFDS’ offer for Scandlines was rejected and the company is therefore no longer a part of the sales process, DFDS informs in a stock exchange announcement.

On May 3rd 2013, DFDS announced its participation in the sales process involving Scandlines. DFDS’ offer for Scandlines was rejected and DFDS is therefore no longer participating in the sales process.

DFDS will continue to pursue a strategy involving extension of the route and logistics network through value-adding acquisitions.

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