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DFDS improves 2016 result by 48 percent

DFDS has presented a profit before taxes for the full year 2016 of DKK 1.6 billion, a 48 percent improvement compared to last year. Revenue is expected to increase four percent in 2017.

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Denmark's DFDS delivered a full-year result before taxes for 2016 of DKK 1.6 billion, or USD 230.1 million, which corresponds to a 48 percent improvement, according to the annual report, published Tuesday.

"We have raised our earnings level considerably during 2016. Nonetheless, our pursuit of improvement will continue. We are especially excited about exploring digital opportunities to improve customer satisfaction and operational efficiency," says CEO Niels Smedegaard in a comment on the results.

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