DFDS faces important decisions in order to launch "green" ship

DFDS is confronted with three important climate decisions in Q1 if the ferry operator is to launch its first "green" ship in 2025. Climate-neutral fuels may become scarce, CEO tells ShippingWatch.

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Ferry and logistics company DFDS wants a "green" ship at sea "as quickly as possible" and by 2025 at the latest. The company is therefore facing serious climate-related decisions in the first quarter of 2022, Chief Executive Torben Carlsen informs ShippingWatch.

We know that green fuel deliveries may not arrive until later.

Torben Carlsen, DFDS CEO

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