Increase in Finnlines’ volumes in 2014

During 2014 Finnlines increased the freight volumes it carried on its RoRo services between Travemünde and Malmö. Overall the volumes rose by 10% compared with 2013 to 265,000 freight units. Finnlines has thereby strengthened its market share of freight traffic between Northern Germany and Southern Sweden.

”We saw an increase as early as the start of the year, which was subsequently maintained throughout 2014. And volumes rose again somewhat after the summer, which naturally feels extremely positive”, says Johan Ullenby, COO for Port & Terminal Operations within CMP.

Covers 20 ports
Finnlines offers both freight and passenger ferry services, covering some 20 ports in the Baltic and North Sea region. Several routes have daily departures. Finnlines has three daily services in Malmö.

”Finnlines has benefitted from the market development and successfully utilised Malmö’s strategic location, which has contributed to the increase in freight volumes”, says Johan Ullenby.

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