Only one thing really bothers DFDS' CEO

DFDS is growing, the Battle on the Channel is no longer causing major problems, and things are generally looking up for the Danish carrier. There is basically only place that looks less than promising, CEO Niels Smedegaard tells ShippingWatch.

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Things are generally looking very good for DFDS, which published its first quarter interim report today, Thursday. The carrier's revenue has grown, the pre-tax deficit has been reduced, and the multiple-year deficit from operations on the English Channel has been turned into a profit.

"DFDS has just published a result that at first glance appears very strong," says Nordea in an early analysis of the interim report.

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