New look on the Channel

DFDS Seaways' renamed Calais Seaways sailed under her new branding for the first time on the Dover-Calais route on 17 March. Formerly known as the Norman Spirit, the ferry has been extensively refurbished. Facilities for freight drivers include the Road Kings restaurant, as well as a new relaxation area, showers and toilets for the exclusive use of commercial drivers. [+]

From Norway to Trafalgar Square Via Immingham

On Saturday (1 December) the world's most famous Christmas Tree left DFDS Seaways at Immingham Dock to make the last leg of its 700 mile journey from Norway to London ready to take its place in Trafalgar Square. The Trafalgar Square tree was felled during a ceremony before the Mayor of Oslo, Fabian Stang and the Lord Mayor of ... [+]

DFDS ships go green

Six DFDS freight vessels are to be refitted to receive onshore power in the ports of Immingham, Gothenburg and Ghent. It will help reduce emissions and noise from the ships in the terminal area. DFDS said it had received “substantial support” from the European Commission as well as from Volvo Group ... [+]

North and South unite to fight Humber’s corner

Humber ports-based businesses are to launch a new partnership to promote the estuary internationally at the Multimodal Logistics conference at the NEC on 2 May. HumberPort brings together major players, including Associated British Ports (ABP), Able UK, Danbrit and DFDS Seaways to promote in a coordinated way what it says is ... [+]

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