Norfolkline Makes PR Scotland Waves in National Press
Wednesday, June 30th, 2010
on behalf of DFDS Norfolkline
The Sun – Scotland’s most read newspaper – has run a story featuring Norfolkline ferrys and their role in importing cars to the country.
Not only is Norfolkline mentioned in the article but pictured is the Scottish Viking Ferry that sails from Rosyth in Fife to Zeebrugge in Belgium on a weekly basis.
The story focuses on Japanese car company Mazda who are importing their cars through Rosyth as opposed to Grimsby, England – the newspaper hail Mazda as Scotland’s fastest growing car firm.
Norfolkline’s Scottish Viking ferry operates three times a week from both ports and provides passengers with a leisurely and stressless over night crossing to the continent.
A reporter for the newspaper states that more than 6,000 cars worth 60 million pounds are going through the port this year which makes Mazda the largest car importer in Scotland.
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