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DFDS A/S (DFDDF)

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Previous close30.98
Open30.98
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range30.98 - 30.98
52-week range19.65 - 41.60
Volume58,973
Avg. volume0
Market cap1.759B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.68
PE ratio (TTM)25.29
EPS (TTM)1.23
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Globe Newswire

    DFDS: MAY VOLUME REPORT: FREIGHT UP 31% FOLLOWING LOCKDOWNS IN 2020

    INVESTOR NEWS NO. 22/2021 DFDS reports monthly ferry volumes for freight and passengers to provide additional insight into the development of volume trends in DFDS’ European route network. DFDS ferry volumes May LTM*Freight20202021Change 2019-202020-21ChangeLane metres, '0002,7823,65031.2% 39,54043,1259.1% Passenger20202021Change 2019-202020-21ChangePassengers, '0004835-27.3% 4,122989-76.0%*Last twelve months Ferry – freight: Total volumes in May 2021 were 31.2% above 2020. Net adjustments for s

  • Globe Newswire

    DFDS shortens Channel journey time for freight customers through space charter agreement

    INVESTOR NEWS NR. 21/2021 To enhance the ferry offering to freight customers through shorter waiting times, as well as improving the efficiency of the ferry infrastructure between the UK and the EU, DFDS has entered into a mutual space charter agreement with P&O Ferries on the Dover-Calais ferry route. The space charter agreement means that freight customers will be able to board the next available sailing on the Dover-Calais route, regardless of which of the two companies is operating the crossing. All commercial activities and relationships with freight customers remain entirely under the control of each operator. The new space charter agreement will shorten the ferry journey time by up to 30 minutes and reduce queuing in Dover and Calais. DFDS operates three combined freight and passenger ferries between Dover and Calais while P&O Ferries operates five ferries on the same crossing. In addition, DFDS will continue to operate three combined freight and passenger ferries between Dover and Dunkirk. “We are pleased to offer Channel freight customers more choice and flexibility as well as to improve the efficiency of this vital ferry infrastructure between the UK and the EU”, says Peder Gellert Pedersen, Executive Vice President, DFDS Group, and Head of Ferry Division. The Dover-Calais space charter agreement is expected to start during the summer. The Dover-Calais agreement is similar to space charter agreements entered into by DFDS on routes on the North Sea, the Baltic Sea and in the Mediterranean. ContactTorben Carlsen, CEO, +45 33 42 32 01 Karina Deacon, CFO, +45 33 42 33 42 Søren Brøndholt Nielsen, IR, +45 33 42 33 59 Nicole Seroff, Communications, +45 31 40 34 46 This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to Section 5-12 the Norwegian Securities Trading Act. Attachment UK_OMX_NO_21_25_05

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    DFDS: APRIL VOLUME REPORT: FREIGHT UP 50% DUE TO LOCKDOWNS IN 2020

    INVESTOR NEWS NO. 20/2021 DFDS reports monthly ferry volumes for freight and passengers to provide additional insight into the development of volume trends in DFDS’ European route network. DFDS ferry volumes April LTM*Freight20202021Change 2019-202020-21ChangeLane metres, '0002,3953,58949.8% 40,08742,2575.4% Passenger20202021Change 2019-202020-21ChangePassengers, '0002929-0.2% 4,5101,002-77.8%*Last twelve months Ferry – freight: Total volumes in April 2021 were 49.8% above 2020. Net adjustments for structural route changes reduced growth 0.6 ppt to 49.2%. The extraordinary volume growth in April 2021 vs 2020 was due to the significant volume reductions in April 2020 caused by Covid-19 related lockdowns. Volumes in April 2021 were 13.4% above April 2019 adjusted for structural route changes. The underlying volume growth in April 2021 continued the positive momentum from March 2021 in all business areas. April volumes were lower than in March due to the seasonal variation caused by Easter. Ferry – passenger: The total number of passengers in April 2021 was on level with 2020 reflecting the negative impact of Covid-19 related travel restrictions in both periods. In the Baltic Sea, passenger numbers were above 2020. DFDS’ ferry routes enable trade and travel in and around Europe. Click on the link to see a map of the entire network. The May volume report is expected to be published on 11 June 2021. Contact Torben Carlsen, CEO +45 33 42 32 01 Karina Deacon, CFO +45 33 42 33 42 Søren Brøndholt Nielsen, IR +45 33 42 33 59 Nicole Seroff, Communications +45 31 40 34 46 This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to Section 5-12 the Norwegian Securities Trading Act Attachment UK_OMX_NO_20_11_05_2021