Harwich International Port has welcomed DFDS A/S’ decision to increase the frequency of its service between Harwich and Gothenburg, in Sweden, in early 2004.
On 15th January, the sailing schedule on DFDS’ Harwich-Gothenburg “Anglobridge” service was upgraded to three departures per week, in each direction. The service is operated by DFDS Tor Line AB, as agents of DFDS A/S.
David Gledhill, Chief Operating Officer of Harwich International Port, commented:
“We are delighted that DFDS has increased its service between Harwich and Gothenburg, and has shown its continued commitment to this important route”.
“The upgrade of this service is excellent news for those wishing to find a fast, efficient freight link between Scandinavia and the UK, and provides further evidence of Harwich International Port’s strategic position as a gateway for Ro-Ro traffic in the South East of England.”