Routes and schedules
The UK has left the EU, with the transition period ending 31 December, 2020. After this date, cargo moving between the UK and the EU will have to undergo customs formalities and border control. This site is updated with the latest information on how to trade in and through the UK after 1 January, 2021.
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With our new and intuitive book and track system, you can now create, track and edit your DFDS bookings online whenever you need to.
Our support page provides the answer to your most frequently asked questions.
The MGO BAF, or Marine Gas Oil Bunker Adjustment Factor, compensates for fluctuations in the price of a ship's fuel.
If the price rises above a certain level, a surcharge will be applied. If the price drops below a certain level, a reduction in the surcharge will be applied.
With a fleet of Ro-Ro, Ro-Pax, and container vessels, DFDS connects over 20 countries. This gives you access to one of Europe's most comprehensive freight shipping networks, including the North Sea, Baltic Sea, Mediterranean, and Channel shipping routes.
The DFDS fleet offers freight shipping, passenger and container routes in Europe and beyond. The frequency of our schedules makes it possible for you or your cargo to reach the destination without any compromise.
DFDS has eight strategically positioned terminals across Europe that offer vessel and cargo handling, industry-specific warehousing facilities, storage and workshop services within maritime and haulage industry.
With specialised industry knowledge and a comprehensive shipping and logistics network, DFDS helps some of the world’s largest companies to deliver on their promises.