DFDS CEO: English Channel could be new growth driver
2016 could turn become a very good year on the English Channel for DFDS. The carrier is raising the prices on the crossing which, in the second half of 2015, was plagued by occupied ferries, migrant crowds in the tunnel and reduced capacity.
BY CHRISTIAN BARTELS
The English Channel, which for several months in 2015 caused major problems for DFDS, could turn into a highly profitable business for the Danish shipping and logistics group.
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