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Reliable and sustainable connections over the Baltic Sea with nine modern ferries
The bridge over the Baltic Sea
Reliability, environmental awareness, quality and precision - these are the principles on which the private shipping group TT-Line offers a fast, green, reasonably priced link across the Baltic Sea between Germany, Poland, Lithuania and Sweden with eight modern RoPax ferries for more than 60 years.
With up to 18 departures per day, TT-Line links the largest German Baltic ports, Travemünde and Rostock, and the Polish Świnoujście and Lithuanian Klaipėda with the southern Swedish transport hub of Trelleborg, the most important ferry port in Sweden.
Market leader of the direct traffic to Sweden
TT-Line carries nearly 900.000 guests a year, 200.000 cars and more than 450.000 freight units and is thus the market leader in direct transport between Germany, Poland and Sweden. The modern TT-Line ships are staffed by an experienced crew and offer maximum comfort and reliability. All ports where TT-Line operates have excellent direct motorway connections to the national motorway networks.
Spacious cabins, high-quality meals and integrated shops on board with a wide selection of products turn the crossing into an experience for the up to 6.500 passengers that TT-Line is able to carry every day.
Thanks to reliable transport capacity of approx. 35 kilometers of 'deck length' and efficient intermodal connections, freight transport via TT-Line is now an integral part of a variety of system-relevant logistics solutions.
Environmental management of the company
TT-Line's technology and environmental management has received several awards. TT-Line has developed its 'Green Bridge Concept' with the Green Ship Concept and in December 2019 the building of the next generation green ship started. By installing diesel electric propulsion systems in the existing fleet, a further reduction of emissions of harmful substances can be ensured. With flow-optimised hull forms and speed management to optimize fuel consumption, it has been possible to further optimize the CO2 footprint.
The company's people
More than 700 employees work for TT-Line. Dr. Bernhard Termühlen is the Advisory Board Chairman of TT-Line and the German entrepreneurs Dr. Arend Oetker and Dr. Bernhard Termühlen hold an equal stake in Trampschiffahrt GmbH & Co. KG, the TT-Line holding company.