The cargo-passenger ships of TT-Line operate normally despite the coronavirus outbreak. TT-Line also sincerely believes that a functioning logistical network must be a key priority to keep this exceptional corona situation under control.
TT-Line closely monitors the development of the coronavirus outbreak and acts in accordance to the guidelines and instructions set by national and international health authorities. For your guidance please find below a brief summary of the current operational restrictions for freight traffic:
Drivers that travel from Sweden to Germany and then stay in Germany for more than 24 hours have to complete the entry registration, which can be found in severeal languages here: https://einreiseanmeldung.de/#/ before check-in in Trelleborg.
Additionally, please note that truck drivers who have been in high-incidence areas for more than 72 hours also need a negative Covid-19 test.Drivers that travel from Sweden to Germany, but will leave Germany within 24 hours (e.g. all transit traffic) are not affected.
no restrictions (sanitary control and passengers form to be filled out by the driver before departure)
Wearing face masks or equivalent textiles as well as gloves are mandatory in all public places until further notice - this means also in the ferry terminals and parking areas.
Social distancing - leaving the cabin of the truck for social interactions should be avoided while waiting in the parking area in the Terminals.
Attention: All travelers returning to or arriving in Lithuania will have to electronically submit their personal data to the National Public Health Centre before boarding the ferry.
More Information can be found here.
In addition, incoming truck drivers staying in Lithuania for more than 72 hours need a negative Covid-19 test that is not older than 72 hours. You can find more information here.
You can download these informations here.
On board our ships, all drivers are instructed on how they can help to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. TT-Line has also intensified our cleaning routines on board and takes great care to ensure that all surfaces are cleaned regularly. The corona virus does not spread via the ventilation systems. Sufficient additional means of hand disinfection are provided in the toilet and public areas on board and in our terminals to ensure adequate hand hygiene for all passengers. Information posters indicating hygienic measures to prevent the spread of the virus based on World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines are displayed on board.
Our TT-Line employees are medically trained in dealing with cases of illness or suspected illness on board and are regularly provided with all the necessary information and prepared accordingly.
The safety of our customers has our full attention and is always our top priority. To prevent the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19, we would like to ask you to inform your drivers about the use of our mobile check-in. This enables your drivers to check in simply and safely via their mobile phones without having to physically visit the check-in office. Online check-in is available at the ports of Travemünde, Rostock and Trelleborg. Further information can be found here.
Please note that all travelers returning to or arriving in Lithuania will have to electronically submit their personal data to the National Public Health Centre before boarding a ferry.