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The very latest from the Jinling Shipyard in China. The yard is busy closing up the hull now that all major components have been installed inside the engine room. Thank you to Jens Baltsersen for the fresh pictures!
Date: 2018-06-18T12:14:26+0000 [›]
It's Friday and time for the latest episode of Sailor Slang! If you've had a long week, you just might be tempted to end up three sheets to the wind out there, but please be careful! We really had fun picking a clip on Filmcentralen this week! Cheers to the weekend everyone!
Date: 2018-06-15T11:12:15+0000 [›]
A big congratulations to our 2016-18 DFDS Trainees Elisabeth Andreassen, Alicia Chevalier, Maria Anagnostou and Anthony Patterson who recently attended graduation ceremonies at the Danish Shipping Academy in Copenhagen. There to celebrate with them were Alexander Kanto, EVP Peder Gellert, Henrik Svane and EVP Eddie Green. We wish them all the best in their exciting careers in shipping and logistics and definitely hope to see them around the office! A big thank you to photographer Carsten Lundager and Danish Shipping for the photo!
Date: 2018-06-15T05:47:57+0000 [›]
We are very excited to report that we've just ordered one more large ro-ro newbuilding from the Jingling Shipyard in China, bringing the total number to five!
Read more about it on the below link.
Date: 2018-06-13T13:11:15+0000 [›]
The latest photos of our giant ro-ro newbulding, fresh from the Jinling yard in China! (Thank you Jens Baltsersen) They're lifting the starboard main engine (it's 11800 kW) into place in the first two photos. In the last one, they are turning the wheel house block, which was built upside-down. We'll be back with more progress very soon, we're counting down the days until float-out now.
Date: 2018-06-11T10:38:30+0000 [›]
Our adventures, poking around in the maritime corners of Filmcentralen's film archive continue with this week's edition of Sailor Slang - we think you'll find that it's totally above board 😂
Date: 2018-06-08T11:09:53+0000 [›]
We don't just move trailers, vehicles and loaded cassettes on our roro ferries, but sometimes more unusual things - like this 3-part locomotive milling unit that was transported by specialised British haulier Allelys Group from Germany to the UK via the Cuxport GmbH Cuxhaven and our terminal in Immingham. A big thank you to Joachim Wöhlkens at DFDS Germany Freight Shipping Agency Cuxhaven for filming the whole operation!
Date: 2018-06-04T18:44:55+0000 [›]
Captain Haddock always talked about the "Lily-livered landlubbers" in TinTin and in today's Sailor Slang, we learn what they are. At least the landlubber part, lily-livered will have to wait.
Date: 2018-06-01T07:40:48+0000 [›]
On a recent beautiful, sunny day, we captured the rare sight of four of our ships in the Port of Klaipeda at the same time. Optima Seaways and Patria Seaways sail a route between Klaipeda and Karlshamn, Regina Seaways sails between Klaipeda and Kiel and Ark Futura calls Klaipeda, Copenhagen and Fredericia.
Date: 2018-05-30T18:11:24+0000 [›]
It's exam time, at least here in Denmark, and we hope that everyone out there passes with flying colours. Did you know that phrase had a nautical root? We tell you all about it in this week's Sailor Slang.
Date: 2018-05-25T07:23:06+0000 [›]
This week's update from the shipyard! Now there's only one more section to be lifted into place and then the bow is complete!
Date: 2018-05-24T11:41:57+0000 [›]
Ole Nielsen, Captain of Suecia Seaways, recently captured this beautiful timelapse as they sailed into the Port of Rotterdam on a fine spring morning. They began the journey in darkness and you can see countless other vessels, wind turbines and watch the sun come up on another busy day at our terminal in Vlaardingen. If you look very carefully, you might even catch a bright glimpse of Venus in the sky. A big thank you to Karsten Seven and the crew of Suecia Seaways for sharing this with us!
Date: 2018-05-22T11:59:27+0000 [›]
It's time again for Sailor Slang!
We're having so much fun poking around on Filmcentralen's site, looking for old films featuring DFDS, that we decided to make a whole series! Here's the second installment.
Date: 2018-05-18T06:58:41+0000 [›]
It's time for another update on the progress of our new giant ro-ro ship! Stern ramps are now in place and if you look closely, you can see that she'll be sailing under Danish flag, since København is visible in one of these shots. Look for the welders under the stern ramp - they look so tiny - it gives us a sense of just how big these ships are!
Date: 2018-05-15T09:12:36+0000 [›]
Gangway, gangway! We've done a bit of digging and we've discovered that there are a whole lot of words and phrases that have maritime roots, so we've created a new series called Sailor Slang. We're using awesome bits of early Danish film heritage that are made available on Filmcentralen by the Danish Film Institute, so a big shoutout to them!
Look for these every Friday!
Date: 2018-05-11T08:28:10+0000 [›]
The whole internet adores cats and so do we here at DFDS.
That's why we donate some of our old mooring lines to Dutch organisation Kat Uit De Gracht Schiedam Vlaardingen Maassluis Maasland. The lines are attached along the canals so unfortunate cats that end up in the water can climb out to safety! Saving cats and recycling! What's not to like?
Date: 2018-05-09T18:03:54+0000 [›]
What a difference a week makes!
Check out how quickly the bow is taking shape! Thank you to Jeppe Halkjær Pedersen for keeping us updated on the progress at the Jinling shipyard!
Date: 2018-05-07T19:24:21+0000 [›]
There's been a lot of press lately about a new world record LEGO ship out there and we offer our hearty congratulations to Dream Cruises 星夢郵輪 for their 8.440 meter long ship!
However, we still hold the Guinness World Record for Largest LEGO Ship (supported) (that just means ours has a steel frame inside) with our 12.035 meter-long Jubilee Seaways! We're even in the 2018 edition of the Guinness World Records book! And you can win a copy of the book right here!
Just post a GIF depicting how excited you would be to win and you'll be entered. We'll draw a winner (or six) on Wednesday, May 9, so be sure to check back then to see if you've won!
Link to the other LEGO ship: http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/news/commercial/2018/4/video-the-worlds-largest-lego-ship-has-been-made-using-more-than-2-5-million-br-519547
Date: 2018-05-04T09:43:40+0000 [›]
Rasmus Ebbesen drives trucks for Vognmand Henrik Skov Christensen Aps in Esbjerg. More often than not, the trailer he pulls has a DFDS logo on the side - that's why his whole Scania rig features our logo as well! He let us come along for the ride to see what his days are like out there on the road. We kind of want to go get a truck driver's license now too!
Date: 2018-05-01T11:17:38+0000 [›]
Today we're celebrating the UN's World Day for Health & Safety at Work! Crews on board our vessels focus on the safety of passengers and cargo every day - like in this recent exercise on board Delft Seaways, where they successfully tested the Marine Evacuation System (MES). Captain Lars Skjold-Hansen of Ficaria Seaways, was on hand to oversee the test and he told us all about it. Stay safe out there if you're working today!
Date: 2018-04-28T08:13:49+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.