• 2018 April 3 17:32

    Tallink Grupp transported 715,786 passengers in March’18, up 1.2% Y-o-Y

    AS Tallink Grupp has published its statistics for March 2018 and the first quarter of the 2018 financial year.

    In March 2018 AS Tallink Grupp transported 715 786 passengers, which is a 1.2% decrease compared to March 2017. The number of cargo units decreased by 0.3% to 31 879 units and the number of passenger vehicles increased by 1.4% to 80 768 units in the same comparison.

    In the first quarter of the 2018 financial year (January – March) AS Tallink Grupp transported 1 930 449 passengers which is 0.5% less compared to the previous year. The number of transported cargo units increased by 8.2% to 90 687 units and the number of passenger vehicles increased by 2.3% to 222 370 units in same comparison.

    AS Tallink Grupp passenger, cargo unit and passenger vehicles numbers for March 2018 and the first quarter of the financial year were the following:

     

    March 2018

    March 2017

    Change

    I Quarter 2018

    I Quarter 2017

    Change

    Passengers

    715 786

    724 243

    -1.2%

    1 930 449

    1 939 784

    -0.5%

    Finland - Sweden

    203 724

    211 488

    -3.7%

    522 945

    580 234

    -9.9%

    Estonia - Finland

    374 617

    387 801

    -3.4%

    1 025 036

    1 011 706

    1.3%

    Estonia - Sweden

    81 326

    77 599

    4.8%

    227 279

    214 948

    5.7%

    Latvia - Sweden

    56 119

    47 355

    18.5%

    155 189

    132 896

    16.8%

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Cargo Units

    31 879

    31 974

    -0.3%

    90 687

    83 797

    8.2%

    Finland - Sweden

    5 794

    7 005

    -17.3%

    16 145

    19 128

    -15.6%

    Estonia - Finland

    20 577

    20 061

    2.6%

    58 376

    51 688

    12.9%

    Estonia - Sweden

    4 145

    3 964

    4.6%

    12 258

    10 577

    15.9%

    Latvia - Sweden

    1 363

    944

    44.4%

    3 908

    2 404

    62.6%

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Passenger Vehicles

    80 768

    79 642

    1.4%

    222 370

    217 445

    2.3%

    Finland - Sweden

    6 771

    7 578

    -10.6%

    18 219

    21 763

    -16.3%

    Estonia - Finland

    63 191

    62 625

    0.9%

    174 110

    168 906

    3.1%

    Estonia - Sweden

    4 999

    4 877

    2.5%

    14 496

    13 915

    4.2%

    Latvia - Sweden

    5 807

    4 562

    27.3%

    15 545

    12 861

    20.9%

    The following operational factors influenced the development in March and in the first quarter of 2018:

    FINLAND – SWEDEN

    Cruise ferry Baltic Princess did not operate on the route for 68 days in the first quarter due to maintenance and repair works.

     




2018 October 17

18:03 PGNiG and Venture Global LNG announce LNG Sales and Purchase Agreements for 2 million tonnes per year
17:46 The Freeport of Riga Authority continues to develop cooperation with China
17:22 Port Manatee enjoys record fiscal year with diverse growth
17:00 North Sea Port and Titan LNG successfully supply sea-going vessel with LNG fuel
16:55 33 LNG carriers and 8 gas condensate carriers with export cargo left port Sabetta in April-June 2018
16:24 Baku International Sea Trade Port launches two new tugboats
16:02 Hapag-Lloyd announces General Rate Increase for East Asia to Mexico, Central America, West Coast of South America, Caribbean & Panama trade
15:46 New BIMCO & IBIA Bunkering Guide available
15:23 NOVATEK and Fluxys plan to build an LNG terminal in Rostock
15:02 NYK develops original software that diagnoses combustion chamber problems
14:40 RF Government allocates RUB 8.4 billion for the Far East development
14:21 Scorpio Bulkers announces time charter-out agreements
14:03 CMA CGM implements Empty Repositioning Surcharge for exports from all Turkish ports
13:32 Ørsted contracts Van Oord for cable installation Borssele I & II
13:21 Throughput of Ukraine’s seaports in 9M’18 fell by 1.7% Y-o-Y to 95.9 million tonnes
13:04 CMA CGM to introduce new BAF on Asia-Africa trade
12:30 GTT and Dongsung Finetec sign a Memorandum of Understanding
12:02 Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore and partners sign MoU for 3D printing facility and applications in maritime sector
11:53 Identifying barriers to cutting emissions through just-in-time operations
11:27 Norddeutsche Reederei H. Schuldt joins V.Group
10:50 Brent Crude futures price down 0.09% to $81.34, Light Sweet Crude – up 0.06% to $71.88
10:42 CMA CGM to introduce new BAF on Europe-Africa trade
10:37 Damen Shipyards Galati hands over 74-metre fishery research vessel to Angolan government
10:27 Maritime Arctic Competence Center opens in Saint-Petersburg
09:42 KN invests in environmental protection measures
09:20 Baltic Dry Index is down to 1,578 points

2018 October 16

18:33 Maersk Line announces new FAK rates from Mediterranean to West and Central Asia
18:03 ABS holds two seminars at the 58th Genoa International Boat Show
17:55 Throughput of port Kaliningrad in 9M’18 grew by 5% Y-o-Y to 10.65 million tonnes
17:36 Wärtsilä opens the first International Maritime Cyber Centre of Excellence in the world
17:03 CMA CGM announces Overweight Surcharge on Asia and India to Africa trades
16:56 Wärtsilä launches Acceleration Centre in Singapore and partners with MPA and PSA Marine to develop IntelliTug
16:40 Throughput of port Vyborg in 9M’18 up 22% Y-o-Y to 1.33 million tonnes
16:21 Throughput of port Primorsk in 9M’18 fell by 11% Y-o-Y to 39.80 million tonnes
16:03 Höegh LNG announces amendment of the Höegh Gallant time charter
15:44 LUKOIL starts construction of facilities at Rakushechnoye field
15:22 Throughput of port Vysotsk in 9M’18 climbed by 6% Y-o-Y to 13.69 million tonnes
15:03 Avatar Logistics initiates cooperation with Sand & Grus AB Jehander and buys the vessel MS Jehander
14:41 Throughput of port Ust-Luga in 9M’18 declined by 5% Y-o-Y to 72.38 million tonnes
14:20 CMA CGM announces GRR from Far East to West Africa
14:03 Lithuanian Railways, Metrans and the Port of Hamburg strengthen relations
13:52 Throughput of Port St. Petersburg up 12% to 44.22 million tonnes in 9M’18
13:06 Scorpio Bulkers announces update on scrubbers
12:39 Project 22800 small missile ship Burya to be floated out on 23 October
12:13 Rolls-Royce and Intel announce autonomous ship collaboration
11:55 The Port of Riga outlines a vision for future development of Spilve Meadows
11:31 Ørsted selects GeoSea for Borssele 1 & 2 foundation and turbine transport and installation
11:14 Jan De Nul will dredge access channel to Guayaquil Port
11:11 RF Navy’s Baltic Fleet detachment completed tasks in Mediterranean Sea
10:59 Damen Maaskant Shipyards Stellendam celebrates 70 years and bids farewell to director Frits van Dongen
10:50 Detachment of RF Navy's Pacific Fleet completes visit to Republic of Korea
10:28 WMU holds needs assessment workshop in Jordan
10:02 Brent Crude futures price up 0.31% to $81.03, Light Sweet Crude – up 0.11% to $71.86
09:43 IMO ​pushing forward with tackling greenhouse gas emissions
09:17 Baltic Dry Index is up to 1,584 points

2018 October 15

18:23 MOL joins hands with partners to launch FOCUS project
17:59 Moscow to host a conference on construction of LNG-powered and LNG bunker ships on October 24
17:46 Algoma announces cancellation of Croatian newbuilds contracts
17:05 Klaveness Combination Carriers AS registered on NOTC
16:56 Tall ships arrive at Port of Ipswich as part of 'Race of the Classics'