DFDS wins battle of the North Sea

DFDS made USD 16.6 million in profits before taxes in the 2nd quarter. The result was primarily caused by growth in the North Sea, according to the company's interim report.

The second quarter 2013 went well for DFDS, as the shipping company's business on the North Sea, in particular, developed strongly. The company finished the 2nd quarter with USD 16.6 million in profits before taxes, an improvement over the same period last year, where the result came to USD 3.9 million, according to the company's interim report.

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