DFDS discontinues new service following trade conflict

The trade conflict between the EU and Russia forces DFDS to discontinue new freight service in the Baltic Sea, says the company.

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DFDS opened a new service between Travemünde in Germany and Klaipeda in Lithuania on June 14th in order to meet customer demand for an unaccompanied RoRo freight service. The opening was part of a comprehensive adjustment of DFDS' service network in the Baltic Sea.

DFDS has now opted to discontinue the service, citing the current trade situation between the EU and Russia, says the company in a statement on Friday:

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