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DFDS: Time for SCOP to respond to our offer

DFDS does not expect an answer anytime soon to its offer to rehire 202 laid off French seafarers who lost their job in relation to MyFerryLink's closure. But the Danish carrier stresses that the seafarers and SCOP must make the next move.

There have still not been any further developments in the case concerning DFDS' offer to rehire 202 fired French seafarers from defunct carrier MyFerryLink, organized in union SCOP.

"The French seafarers need to decide what they want. We assume that they're pondering the offer, and in the meantime we're sailing with two ships, as we've always done," Gert Jacobsen, Head of Corporate Communications at DFDS, tells ShippingWatch.

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