• 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.




2019 December 9

14:35 MSC becomes first major shipping line to use 30% biofuel blends
14:32 Teachers of Marine College upgraded their skills at Marine Recruiting Agency
14:03 ABS grants AIP to Deltamarin and GTT for dual-fuel Newcastlemax design
13:11 Martin Ackermann steps down as CEO of BW LPG
12:28 Oboronlogistics provides stability of the ferry line Ust-Luga — Baltiysk
12:04 Rotterdam to host 4th European Environmental Ports Conference on 24-25 June 2020
11:40 BIMCO to publish new shortened law and arbitration clause
11:16 BIMCO submits biofouling survey results to IMO
11:09 MABUX: Bunker market this morning, Dec 09
10:53 Industry roundtable meeting feeling more positive on IMO 2020
10:31 New and largest DFDS ro-ro ship 'Hollandia Seaways' sails between Gothenburg and Ghent in North Sea Port
10:09 REMPEC hosts a three-day training in Tekirdağ, Turkey
09:29 Brent Crude futures price is down 0.39% to $62.14, Light Sweet Crude – down 0.52% to $58.89
09:15 Baltic Dry Index is down to 1,558 points

2019 December 8

16:47 ABS and CINS facilitate development of risk-based approach to minimize risk of container fires
15:32 Sea Machines & HamiltonJet collaborate to merge capabilities of autonomous control and jet propulsion systems
14:46 GWS installing turbines at Northwester 2 Offshore Wind Farm
13:22 Norsepower collaborates with SWS for cost and energy efficient VLCC designs
12:14 Grieg Star adds 64000dwt bulk cargo carrier to its fleet
11:05 ABS grants AIP for first Jones ACT SOV

2019 December 7

16:55 USCG Cutter Steadfast returns to port after 60-day counter drug patrol
15:42 TEN announces charter extension for an LNG carrier
13:08 FMT and Indian Register of Shipping sign MOU on strategic cooperation
11:34 AET secures long-term DPST charter contracts with Shell
10:37 Titan LNG tenders for 8000 cbm LNG bunker barge

2019 December 6

18:11 Lithuania aims to ensure state management of „Rail Baltica“ infrastructure
17:55 More operative services of towboats in the Port of Klaipėda
17:28 Acceptance/delivery certificate for Kalas, first rescue tugboat of Project MPSV12
17:06 APM Terminals Gothenburg takes another major step in their journey towards climate neutrality
16:04 Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam MD receives Harbour Medal
15:57 Northern Sea Route cargo traffic totaled 27.59 million tonnes YTD, up almost 70% Y-o-Y
15:26 IAPH Women’s Forum’s initiative “Women in Ports Mentoring Program” now extended to female Harbour Masters
15:03 Seabourn brings a new experience to guests with unique “Bow Lounge”
14:22 Throughput of port Ventspils (Latvia) in 11M’19 grew by 4% to 19.47 million tonnes
14:03 The container terminal at the Port of Gothenburg to be fossil-free by 2020
13:05 Carnival Corporation's Costa Cruises welcomes LNG-powered Costa Smeralda to fleet
12:54 Yacht Zarya with Russian team wins ARC+St.Vicent 2019
12:23 UN maritime agency commits to further action on gender equality
12:01 Jan De Nul sets new sustainability standards for maintenance dredging works in the marinas of Nieuwpoort on the Belgian coast
11:30 Canada Infrastructure Bank invests $300 million in Port of Montreal’s expansion project in Contrecoeur
11:20 Costa Smeralda delivered from Meyer Turku shipyard
11:02 Yang Ming sets up subsidiary in China
10:45 Largest Latvian transit companies represented at 2019 Russian Transport Week
10:17 GTT receives an order from Samsung Heavy Industries for the tank design of two new LNG Carriers
10:12 Joint Russian-Vietnamese exercise underway in Cam Ranh
09:59 MAN Energy Solutions and Orcan Energy agree to collaborate
09:49 Bunker prices go down at the port of Saint-Petersburg, Russia (graph)
09:36 MABUX: Bunker market this morning, Dec 06
09:30 Brent Crude futures price is down 0.44% to $63.11, Light Sweet Crude – down 0.33% to $58.23
09:14 Baltic Dry Index is down to 1,575 points
08:31 DNV GL awards Hudong-Zhonghua AiP certificate for gas-fueled 25000 TEU containership design

2019 December 5

18:05 ABS, MAN & SDARI join forces to develop ammonia-fueled feeder vessel
17:46 Throughput of Rostov-on-Don port in 11M’19 fell by 7% Y-o-Y to 21.1 million tonnes
17:21 Extraordinary general shareholders meeting of LUKOIL approves interim dividend
17:05 NORDEN enters new biofuel collaboration with Kvasir Technologies
16:28 Cargo traffic on Northern Sea Route can grow to 160 million tonnes by 2035 – Aleksandr Krutikov
16:05 ABS and CATL sign battery research agreement
15:54 Port of HaminaKotka published its statistics for November 2019
15:30 Ministry for Development of Russian Far East and Arctic expects special economic regime to come into force in Arctic in 2020
15:03 DNV GL and Huangpu-Wenchong sign JDP on 5,000 TEU LNG dual-fuel containership