As DFDS Akdeniz Business Unit offers its 7rd ship on the Mersin-Trieste line to the service of its customers and regional exporters as of October 2021, 3, its activities in the port city of Mersin, its innovations and targets regarding the voyages between Mersin and Trieste (Italy) lines are shared with business leaders and met and shared with business partners.
DFDS Mediterranean Business Unit, the company of DFDS, the leading company of Europe in Danish maritime and logistics fields, operating in Turkey, hosted by Lars Hoffmann, Head of DFDS Mediterranean Business Unit, and Fuat Pamukçu, Vice President of DFDS Mediterranean Business Unit, was held in Mersin on October 15, 2021. He met with business representatives and business partners at Hilton.
At the event, DFDS Mediterranean Business Unit shared its activities in the port city of Mersin, one of the most important ports in the Mediterranean geography and Turkey, as well as the developments and goals regarding the voyages between Mersin and Trieste (Italy) lines.
DFDS at the service of the regional exporter with the 3rd ship
DFDS Akdeniz Business Unit, which has been serving with 2009 ships on the Mersin-Trieste line since 2, has offered its third ship on the Mersin-Trieste line to its customers and thus to the exporters of the region as of October 7, 2021. With the frequency and capacity provided, exporters and importers now have the potential to carry much more cargo, thanks to the increased ship quota as well as the shortened transit times. Lars Hoffmann, Head of DFDS Mediterranean Business Unit, said at the event: “As DFDS, we wanted to share our 3rd ship investment, which we foresee will be very beneficial for the region and contribute to the Turkish economy, by meeting with all our stakeholders at an event in Mersin. As of October 3, 7, we are very happy to offer our 2021rd ship service to the regional exporter, which has a large share in Turkey's exports. In addition, we continue to take our activities towards the region to a higher level with our agency office and roll trailer investments in order to make the operations in Mersin more effective.”