• 2019 July 3 16:20

    AS Tallink Grupp published its statistics for June 2019 and the second quarter of the 2019 financial year

    In June 2019 AS Tallink Grupp transported 1 019 421 passengers, which is a 3.0% increase compared to June 2018. The number of cargo units decreased by 2.3% to 31 705 units and the number of passenger vehicles decreased by 1.6% to 120 974 units in the same comparison.

    In the second quarter of the 2019 financial year (April – June) AS Tallink Grupp transported 2 651 843 passengers which is a 0.8% increase compared to the previous year. The number of transported cargo units decreased by 1.5% to 99 546 units and the number of passenger vehicles decreased by 3.8% to 299 477 units in same comparison.

    AS Tallink Grupp passenger, cargo unit and passenger vehicles numbers for June 2019 and the second quarter of the financial year were the following:

     

    June 2019

    June 2018

    Change

    Q2 2019

    Q2 2018

    Change

    Passengers

    1 019 421

    989 445

    3.0%

    2 651 843

    2 631 326

    0.8%

    Finland - Sweden

    298 220

    299 126

    -0.3%

    771 894

    760 584

    1.5%

    Estonia - Finland

    539 788

    512 077

    5.4%

    1 385 108

    1 378 594

    0.5%

    Estonia - Sweden

    98 599

    101 249

    -2.6%

    271 407

    279 699

    -3.0%

    Latvia - Sweden

    82 814

    76 993

    7.6%

    223 434

    212 449

    5.2%

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Cargo Units

    31 705

    32 450

    -2.3%

    99 546

    101 072

    -1.5%

    Finland - Sweden

    5 948

    6 002

    -0.9%

    19 814

    19 744

    0.4%

    Estonia - Finland

    20 545

    21 154

    -2.9%

    63 995

    64 538

    -0.8%

    Estonia - Sweden

    3 783

    4 056

    -6.7%

    11 522

    12 866

    -10.4%

    Latvia - Sweden

    1 429

    1 238

    15.4%

    4 215

    3 924

    7.4%

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Passenger Vehicles

    120 974

    122 921

    -1.6%

    299 477

    311 340

    -3.8%

    Finland - Sweden

    21 938

    20 780

    5.6%

    43 093

    42 548

    1.3%

    Estonia - Finland

    86 841

    87 160

    -0.4%

    223 485

    231 719

    -3.6%

    Estonia - Sweden

    6 646

    7 031

    -5.5%

    16 899

    17 989

    -6.1%

    Latvia - Sweden

    5 549

    7 950

    -30.2%

    16 000

    19 084

    -16.2%


    The following operational factors influenced the development in June 2019 and in the second quarter of the financial year:

    FINLAND – SWEDEN

    Cruise ferry Baltic Princess did not operate on the route for 2 days and cruise ferry Galaxy for 1 day due to scheduled maintenance.

    LATVIA – SWEDEN

    Cruise ferry Isabelle did not operate on the route for 4 days due to scheduled maintenance.




2020 February 28

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15:20 FESCO Board expanded to nine members
14:16 Panahon presence boosts PISR in the Far East
13:49 Norwegian Shipowners' Association issued sustainability reporting guidelines for shipping and offshore industries
13:13 Johan Röstin steps down as CEO of ForSea
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12:10 Polskie LNG launches Open Season Process for Świnoujście LNG Terminal
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10:07 Pathways to achieve IMO's Initial GHG Strategy goals discussed at dedicated workshop hosted by WMU
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2020 February 27

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16:51 Zelenodolsk Shipyard named after A.M. Gorky laid down passenger ship Chaika LNG
16:35 Vale clarifies incident with contracted vessel
16:04 NYK Cruises to cancel cruises due to coronavirus
15:30 Average physical depreciation of Rosmorport’s berthing facilities is 24%
15:07 National Association of Shipping Agencies addresses FAS over plans on multiple increase of port dues in Russia
14:56 Arbitration award related to purchase options for four VLCCs on charter to Okeanis ECO Tankers
14:43 ASCO strengthened preventive measures against coronavirus
14:19 ASCO takes necessary precautionary measures to prevent environmental damage
13:55 Rotterdam to host ACI’s 24th Ballast Water Management Conference on 7-8 April 2020
13:53 Ørsted signs 20-year lease with Port of Taichung for Greater Changhua offshore wind farms
13:34 Vysotsk VTS obtains Certificate of Conformity
13:12 Xeneta container rates alert: long-term contracted rates hold despite Coronavirus chaos
12:56 Certificate of Conformity obtained for Ust-Luga VTS
12:33 Finnlines published its 2019 Financial Statements and Financial Review
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11:28 Rosmorport’s Murmansk Branch performed pilotage of Capesize vessel
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10:41 3rd Technical Conference "Modern Solutions for Hydraulic Engineering" kicks off in Moscow
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2020 February 26

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