DFDS?s fourth flower named
The newbuilding which, according to the plan, will be delivered at the beginning of September, will sail under the Swedish flag on the AngloBridge route between Gothenburg and Immingham, together with its sister ships, the Tor Magnolia and Tor Petunia. The third new ship, Tor Primula, joined the Gothenburg-Immingham route on 6 May, but will be transferred to the Gothenburg-Ghent route, called EuroBridge, at the beginning of September when the Tor Begonia enters service on the Gothenburg-Immingham route.
DFDS's total investment in this order of six Ro-Ro ships from Flensburg Shipyard amounts to more than DKK 2 billion. This is one of the largest total Ro-Ro orders in Northern Europe, and the ships will be the largest Ro-Ro ships in the North Sea. DFDS is currently negotiating an option for ship no. 7.
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