DFDS announces 650 redundances and divisional revamp in bid to cut costs

June 30, 2020 Gavin van Marle

Danish ferry operator DFDS announced yesterday that 650 jobs were set to be axed as part of DKr250m ($37.5m) cost-savings plan.
Two hundred staff based in Denmark would be among those let go, it added.
In a stock exchange statement, DFDS said the redundancies, along with the reorganisation of several of its operating divisions, would deliver DKr245m savings per year, although this year the savings would amount to DKr50-75m.
It said: “Industry sales ...

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