P&O Ferries has added a fifth ship to its Dover to Calais route in response to growing demand for extra crossings from the freight industry. The Pride of Burgundy, which will be dedicated to freight, has the capacity to carry 120 lorries and 28,000 tonnes. It will make two return journeys each day. P&O said the ship has been returned to service following growing demand from British and European customers. Peter Hebblethwaite, P&O Ferries MD said: “I am delighted to […]
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P&O Ferries has strengthened its freight operations on the Calais-Dover crossing to maintain the flow of goods during the COVID-19 crisis.