About DFDS
About DFDS
News and media
Investor relations
Jobs
Explore DFDS
Return to the news list

DFDS SIGNS NEW AGREEMENT WITH VOLVO

DFDS and Volvo signs a new agreement for the transport of cargo on three DFDS routes

Today, DFDS and Volvo signed a new agreement for the transport of cargo on three DFDS routes: Gothenburg - Ghent (including a weekly call at Brevik), Gothenburg - Immingham and Gothenburg - Tilbury. The contracts with Volvo Group Logistics Services commence on 1 July 2012 whereas the contracts with Volvo Car Corporation will come into force on 1 August 2012. The contracts run until 1 January 2015.

DFDS continues to be solely responsible for the logistics of Volvo Group Logistics Services and Volvo Car Corporation between their main production facilities in Gothenburg and Ghent. This includes shipment and handling of vehicle parts, new cars, trucks, buses, heavy construction equipment, production materials and packaging. DFDS also transports automotive cargo for Jaguar/ Land Rover, which is a client of Volvo Group Logistics Services. As a result of the agreement, volumes will increase to 160,000 units and annual revenue will be about EUR 55m. In addition to the above, DFDS also carries volumes on behalf of Volvo Group Logistics Services on routes in the Baltic Sea.

Furthermore, DFDS takes over Volvo Group Logistics Services operational management responsibilities of the Mercatordok Terminal in Ghent where the Gothenburg - Brevik - Ghent route is calling.

DFDS already operates port terminals in the main hubs of the North Sea route network and operational systems and expertise from these port terminals will be deployed to improve service levels and cost efficiency of the Mercatordok Terminal. The agreement covering port terminal operations runs until November 2016.

NEWS-RELATEDNEWS

rail-ferry links between the Mediterranean and Sweden/Norway

DFDS strengthens rail-ferry links between Mediterranean and Sweden/Norway

Following the completion of a missing rail link, DFDS now connects Sweden and Norway with Turkey and Southern Europe via efficient and environmentally sound routes that combine ferry and rail services.

DFDS Gert Jakobsen 2019 259 low

Press contact

Gert Jakobsen

Vice President, Communications

+45 24 40 00 43

gert.jakobsen@dfds.com

See all contacts
Passenger ferriesFreight shippingLogistics solutions
Jobs at DFDSContact usPrivacy policyFinanstilsynet report
AboutMediaNewsDfds signs new agreement with volvo
DFDS Whistle-blower systemCookiesLegal