DFDS extends military deal from Denmark and Germany

The Danish carrier has been re-awarded the Ark contract with Danish and German military. The deal extends over the course of four years and concerns five vessels. The cooperation was made public when a Danish vessel freighted chemical weapons from Syria in 2014.

Ark Futura arrived at the Italian port Gioia Tauro on July 7th, 2014. About 1,300 tons of chemical weapons were on board. These were later destroyed on a US vessel. | Photo: Luca Bruno/AP/Polfoto

Danish carrier DFDS has won a contract again with the Danish and German military, informs DFDS in a weekly update.

The so-called Ark deal lasts four years and concerns RoRo vessels Ark Futura, Britannia Seaways, and Suecia Seaways. It also covers the vessels Ark Germania and Ark Dania, both of which were built for this purpose.

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