New sulphur regulations shut down DFDS service

By the end of September this year DFDS will shut down its service from Esbjerg to Harwich. The move is a result of the new sulphur regulations, which are making DFDS consolidate as the carrier combines two routes. Additional services could be closed.

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DFDS has announced that the carrier is shutting down the freight and passenger service Esbjerg-Harwich. As ShippingWatch reported in February, DFDS has for a long time harbored planned to shut down as many as seven routes that could become unprofitable, and the carrier has now announced the first of these closures.

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