DFDS cancels large RoRo carrier acquisition

DFDS is no longer part of the sales process related to carrier U.N. RoRo, says DFDS in a corporate statement.

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DFDS is no longer part of the sales process surrounding carrier U.N. RoRo, which has been put up for sale, says the Danish carrier in a corporate statement after confirming in July that it was participating in the process but had yet to submit a binding offer.

U.N. RoRo operates 12 so-called roll-on, roll-off ferries for cars and trucks on several Mediterranean routes departing from Turkish ports, including long services to Toulon, France and Trieste in Italy.

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