European shipping and logistics solutions since 1866. Find information about the DFDS Group, its mission and strategy, financial performance, company structure, management, governance, policies and history.
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DFDS helps you get your bought goods shipped from the merchant to your address. Your package is gven a tracking number so that it gets identifiable. The tracking number should be available for you on the merchant's website/app. Go to your orders a, click the order that is shipped by DFDS, see its details and you will either find the DFDS tracking number or a link/button that allows you to track trace DFDS package. Once you get it, enter it in the box in the top of this page, press the button and start tracking DFDS's shipment.
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DFDS Tracking News
We've got some uplifting news for you! There's a new crane coming to Immingham! For the crane nerds out there, it's a Liebherr LHM 420 with 124 tonne capacity and will be the largest in our terminal network, as well as the largest crane at the Port of Immingham. It's scheduled to be in place and in use by the end of this year.
Date: 2018-08-21T11:04:39+0000 [›]
The footage may have taken the slow boat home from China, but at last we have it and we can share this beautiful drone video of the float-out of our first newbuilding roro ferry from the Jinling Shipyard in China. Isn't she a beauty?
Date: 2018-08-17T13:34:31+0000 [›]
You can expect our shipyard updates to go on for some time, since we’ve just ordered one more at the Jinling Shipyard in China! That brings us to a grand total of six new mega ro-ro newbuildings! That’s 40,200 lane meters and 2700 trailers!
In this awesome animation by ship design firm KNUD E. HANSEN A/S, you can get a feeling of how the new ships are going to look.
Read more here: http://social.dfds.com/newfreightferry_f
Date: 2018-08-16T08:39:21+0000 [›]
Copenhagen Pride Week starts today and we're celebrating on our Copenhagen-Oslo route! Both Crown Seaways and Pearl Seaways will be flying the pride flag in celebration all week! Happy Pride everyone!
Date: 2018-08-14T17:31:16+0000 [›]
Lars Skjold-Hansen, Captain of Ficaria Seaways, takes us on a journey from the inner harbours of the Port of Rotterdam to the open sea. The real journey took nearly an hour and a half, but we can do it in under a minute!
Date: 2018-08-08T18:24:50+0000 [›]
While everyone is Denmark has been on holiday this long, hot summer, they've been very busy at the Jinling shipyard in China. Our newbuilding mega ro-ro ferry was launched and number 2 went straight into the dry dock (pictures of that soon). Here are some photos from the launch.
Date: 2018-08-06T07:23:25+0000 [›]
Our hard and fast rule is that when you go on holiday, you bring a cake for the gang at the office. This week's final instalment of Sailor Slang explores the maritime origins of "hard and fast." We think that definitely calls for cake!
A final thank you to Filmcentralen for making these awesome old Danish films available to play with.
Date: 2018-07-27T07:48:00+0000 [›]
I'll bet you didn't know we were into heavy metal at DFDS. Alone in Immingham, we move about 250,000 tons of rolled steel coil per year. And we've got the capacity to do even more, so let's rock and roll!
Date: 2018-07-25T16:46:00+0000 [›]
DFDS works with innovative start-ups of all kinds and we will be showcasing some of those projects in the coming months. We talked to Lorenz Technology Aps, a startup specialising in AI in Odense, Denmark, about how they're using drones and data to increase the safety and efficiency of terminal operations.
Date: 2018-07-23T09:32:00+0000 [›]
Although we've noticed a groundswell of support for Sailor Slang, we are closing in on the final episodes of this series. There's just one more left , so stay tuned next week for the final chapter. And kudos to Filmcentralen for making these old film clips available.
Date: 2018-07-20T08:23:00+0000 [›]
We do much more than just transport goods - we create custom solutions for our customers - like steelmaker Outokumpu. Read all about the bespoke intermodal solution we created together with them to increase efficiency in their supply chain. http://social.dfds.com/outokumpu_f
Date: 2018-07-19T16:13:00+0000 [›]
In the days leading up Monday's launch of our first mega-roro (photos of that very soon) in China, the Jinling yard was hard at work painting her - doesn't she look grand?
Date: 2018-07-17T13:42:52+0000 [›]
We are looking for IT developers at our HQ in Denmark. Are you curious, passionate about new technology and do you want your work to make a difference? Check out the wide variety of IT jobs we have right now and come join the team! dfds.com/IT
Date: 2018-07-16T07:34:00+0000 [›]
The big operation to position propeller shafts and blades is nearly finished on our first mega ro-ro newbuilding in China. It won't be long now until they float her out to make room for number 2!
Date: 2018-07-14T18:48:23+0000 [›]
This week's Sailor Slang brings back a time in Danish history that we'd rather forget - namely the first Battle of Copenhagen in 1801, when Lord Nelson led the attack on the Danish Navy - an attack that would have failed had he not turned a blind eye. And then we wouldn't have that phrase today.
Thank you to Filmcentralen for making these old films available!
Date: 2018-07-13T11:14:06+0000 [›]
The steel was cut for our third vessel at the Jinling Shipyard. Jeppe Halkjær Pedersen from our site team pressed the button to set it in motion and the traditional steel cutting ceremony was held.
Date: 2018-07-12T09:17:00+0000 [›]
As our first newbuilding draws closer to undocking, the yard is already hard at work on pre-assembly of the second vessel. It will go into the dock as soon as 408 is launched.
Date: 2018-07-10T10:58:11+0000 [›]
#JubileeSeaways, #TheWorldsBiggestLEGOShip is getting washed and a check-up before going to her next appearance this coming week.
Can you guess where she is going?
Date: 2018-07-07T14:25:39+0000 [›]
This week on Sailor Slang, we are taking turns - you just might be surprised at the maritime story behind that phrase. Thank you, as always, to Filmcentralen for making these bits of Danish film heritage available.
Date: 2018-07-06T09:19:59+0000 [›]
Seas as smooth as glass and the glorious sunshine! North Sea summers are the best! Follow along with Ficaria Seaways' journey into Gothenburg on Captain Lars Skjold-Hansen's takeover of our Instagram. instagram.com/dfdsgroup
Date: 2018-07-04T07:23:19+0000 [›]
Package tracking (or package logging) is the process of localizing shipping containers, mail and parcel post at different points of time during sorting, warehousing, and package delivery to verify their provenance and to predict and aid delivery.
Package tracking developed historically because it provided customers information about the route of a package and the anticipated date and time of delivery. This was important because mail delivery often included multiple couriers in varying environmental circumstances, which made it possible for a mail to get lost.
Track a PKG offers a quick way to track trace your package. It contains most of the global couriers as well as local shipping providers and post/EMS companies. If you don't find your shipping courier, please contact us so that we add it to the service. To track and trace a package, use the forms in the top of this page.