Dfds, empresa danesa de transportes, naviera
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  • Aprovechen la corrección, buenos resultados y per 14
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  • Impresionante, ha batido los 400 y nuevo máximo histórico
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  • Otro máximo y se situa en subida libre
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  • Aprovechen la corrección. Infravalorada, con alto crecimiento
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  • DFDS' second ro-ro named
    June 12 - DFDS has named its second newbuild ro-ro freight vessel from Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG) Tulipa Seaways.

    heavyliftpfi.com - News Desk
    Monday 12 June 2017 Share |

    The sistership to Gardenia Seaways, which was delivered in February, will be delivered in autumn and will enter service connecting Rotterdam, the Netherlands and Immingham, UK.

    Following the naming, the vessel was launched from the construction berth into the water to be completed alongside the quay in Flensburg, Germany.

    Both ro-ro vessels measure 210 m in length and can handle 262 trailers with a load space of 4,076 m, as well as meeting current environmental requirements.

    DFDS will take on both vessels under a bareboat charter contract.

    According to Niels Smedegaard, ceo of DFDS, freight volumes on its North Sea routes are continuing to grow, in spite of Brexit. He adds: "The two newbuildings represent the first step in an ambitious newbuilding programme that will add considerable capacity to our North Sea network over the next few years."

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  • Team Cooper creates custom games for DFDS Seaways

    By Stephen Chapman — 14 July 2017

    DFDS Seaways has commissioned a new series of games from Sheffield’s Team Cooper.
    It comes following the release of Jack’s Epic Adventure, which proved the brand’s most successful to date, with more than 10k plays and an engagement time of 22 minutes.
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    “We wanted a game that would engage our online customers, who have come to anticipate and expect our games. This time we also wanted to showcase our other on-board facilities too, like restaurants and bars,” explained James Butler, DFDS’s website manager.
    Team Cooper reskinned one of its white label game engines, with custom graphics and functionality, including DFDS’s mascot Jack The Parrot. It flies over holiday destinations, picking up coins and “on-board” boosts.
    “We are always looking for ways to increase engagement with our games, so we developed an email loop which notified players if they had dropped off the Top 100 or if one of their connected friends had beaten their score – so they could rectify the situation immediately! It really worked, 45% of players who received the email went back to play the game again, so we’re thrilled that this latest game has been so successful for DFDS,” added Tim Cooper, director and producer atTeam Cooper.
    The games studio is now planning a further two games for the brand

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  • Sigue el canal alcista y además empresa en fuerte crecimiento con per 12

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    • DFDS concentrates Russia services on St. Petersburg

      Danish shipping company DFDS is concentrating its Germany - Russia ferry services on the Kiel - St. Petersburg route from September 1st. From that date company RoRo ships leaving the Ostuferhafen will sail non-stop to St. Petersburg and will no longer stop in Ust-Luga. The liner shipping service will leave Kiel every Saturday evening arriving in St. Petersburg on Tuesday afternoon.

      Trucks, trailers, containers, agricultural and construction machinery, as well as export cars and project loads can be carried. The acceptance deadline for cargo is six hours before the departure of the ship. Dr Dirk Claus, Managing Director of the PORT OF KIEL (SEEHAFEN KIEL GmbH & Co. KG) said: “Traffic between Kiel and Russia has increased by a third in the first half of the year and DFDS is clearly taking this development into account by focussing on St. Petersburg”. The port of Ust-Luga has not been able to benefit from the positive developments of the last few months and will as a result initially no longer be served by DFDS. Despite the upward trend in the first half of the year absolute transport volumes in Russia traffic are still below those recorded before the imposition of trade restrictions.

      “Concentration on St. Petersburg”, said Dirk Claus, “means that shorter transit times are now possible and it also offers potential for further growth in cargo volumes.” Services to the Baltic states and Russia are located in the Ostuferhafen, which is the port of Kiel’s cargo and logistics hub. DFDS RoPax ferries link Kiel every day with Klaipeda in Lithuania, while St. Petersburg is served once a week by RoRo ships trading with Russia. “The liner service to St. Petersburg is also an ideal starting point for on-shipments into the Russian hinterland”, said Dirk Claus. Goods shipped via St. Petersburg move on not only to Moscow but also to western Russia and as far as Kazakhstan.

      Forestry products in particular are among goods imported in the opposite direction from Russia for processing in Kiel. A further 5,000 m² warehouse – Shed No. 12 - is currently being built in the Ostuferhafen to store sawn timber.

      This press release and pictures are available for download:

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  • Adjustment of VINX Benchmark Index due to special dividend in DFDS A/S (27/17)

    August 16, 2017 13:11 ET | Source: Index

    DFDS A/S (DFDS, DK0060655629) will distribute a special dividend in the amount of 5.00 DKK, effective August 18, 2017. An adjustment to the price of the security will be made prior to market open on the ex-date for only the amount of the special dividend, which may result in a change to the divisor.
    For further information concerning this notice please contact Nasdaq Global Indexes Operation Team, telephone US - + 1 844 717-0708 or International Callers – Non-US Callers - + 1 301 978 8311 or email at [email protected].
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  • Muy buenos resultados

    August 17, 2017 01:59 ET | Source: DFDS A/S

    Announcement no. 52

    6% UP TO DKK 738M



    Q2 2017
    · EBITDA up 6%
    · North Sea freight volumes up 6%
    · Passenger volumes up 7% driven by late Easter
    · Profit before special items and tax increased 12% to DKK 495m
    · ROIC of 18.1% (LTM)
    OUTLOOK 2017
    · EBITDA range of
    DKK 2.6-2.8bn unchanged
    · Total distribution to shareholders increased to DKK 1.7bn
    "We are pleased with our steady progress and remain on track to improve on the record result of last year. The activity in our route and logistics network reflects Europe's growth. Prospects for continued growth in the key UK market remain positive and trading with continental Europe is increasing, especially UK exports.," says Niels Smedegaard, CEO.
    Key figures DKK m Q2 Q2 LTM LTM FY Before special items 2017 2016 Ch % 2016-17 2015-16 Ch % 2016 Revenue 3,688 3,553 3.8% 14,058 13,757 2.2% 13,790 EBITDA 738 699 5.6% 2,637 2,365 11.5% 2,588 EBIT 502 454 10.6% 1,700 1,461 16.3% 1,644 Profit before tax 495 443 11.6% 1,668 1,373 21.4% 1,600
    Revenue increased 2% in Q2 adjusted for non-comparable items. Reported revenue was up 4% to DKK 3.7bn.
    EBITDA before special items increased 6% to DKK 738m following higher earnings in both divisions.
    The Shipping Division's EBITDA before special items increased 5% to DKK 680m as North Sea benefited from continued growth in trading between UK, continental Europe and Scandinavia. The Baltic Sea route network also increased earnings and together offset a lower result in Channel driven by a weakening of the passenger market, following the depreciation of GBP, and a lower freight market share.
    The Logistics Division's EBITDA before special items increased 5% to DKK 73m driven mainly by the Nordic business unit as well as acquisitions performing above expectations.
    Distribution to shareholders
    The planned extraordinary dividend of
    DKK 5.00 per share is raised to DKK 7.00 for payment in August. Moreover, a new share buyback of DKK 300m is launched today; more information in separate announcement.
    The raised dividend and new buyback increases the expected total distribution in 2017 to DKK 1.7bn from previously DKK 1.3bn.
    Outlook 2017
    The European growth outlook continues to support DFDS' infrastructure of ferry routes and the logistics operations.
    The Group's expected revenue growth for 2017 is around 4%, excluding revenue from bunker surcharges. The range for EBITDA before special items is unchanged at
    DKK 2,600-2,800m (2016: DKK 2,588m).
    Niels Smedegaard, CEO, +45 33 42 34 00
    Torben Carlsen, CFO +45 33 42 32 01
    Søren Brøndholt Nielsen, IR, +45 33 42 33 59
    Gert Jakobsen, Communications, +45 33 42 32 97

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