DFDS Retains Rosyth Freight Service In Spite of Rising Ferry Fuel Costs
Monday, May 2nd, 2011
on behalf of DFDS Norfolkline
Shipping Giant Keeps Scotland’s Only Ferry Link With Europe
An online news site run by a renowned shipping agency has featured a report on the efforts being made by DFDS to retain Scotland’s only ferry link with the contient in the face of spiralling fuel prices.
DFDS maintained four sailings a week from Roysthy in Fife, Scotland after taking over the route from Norfolkline.
However, it has now reduced the route to three sailings per week because of steeply rising fuel bills.
Now the T Ward Shipping agency blog has reported the efforts being made by DFDS.
It detailed how two ships will continue to share three sailings per week, so maintaining Scotland’s only ferry link with mainland Europe.
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