DFDS still interested in Scandlines

DFDS is still interested in acquiring the Scandlines activities, even though the shipping company announced last week that it had pulled out of the bidding war for Scandlines, which has been up for sale for a long time now.

Even though DFDS is no longer participating in the bidding war for shipping company Scandlines, it doesn't mean that interest in acquiring the company's activities are gone.

"Our original interest in Scandlines is intact, as we believe that we could do some great things with the company. So we're watching from the sidelines," says DFDS CEO Niels Smedegaard to Ritzau Finans.

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