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All of DFDS' shipping activities improved in Q2

DFDS grew on all shipping activities in the second quarter this year and the group once again raises its outlook. "In both our shipping and logistics activities we continue to work on multiple opportunities to further improve performance," says CEO Niels Smedegaard.

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DFDS has presented a solid second quarter interim report on Thursday morning showing improvements across the board for the group's shipping activities, especially in the Passenger and Channel units.

"Volume growth for both freight and passengers was strongest on routes calling the UK. Increasing unit revenues in some markets and more efficient operations also contributed to improving results. The logistics activities’ performance was overall in line with expectations," reports DFDS.

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