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Sustainable Development Goals

Our contribution to a greener future

Sustainable Development Goals

What we want

As the leading transportation provider in Southern Sweden, TT-Line recognizes the importance of sustainability. The United Nations has established a set of 17 goals for sustainable development. As a company we give priority to the implementation of measures that are aligned with those Sustainable Development Goals.

While all of them are important, we focus on six key goals that hold significant potential in our field of operation. Embracing these goals, we strive for sustainable business development and a positive impact on society and the environment.

Our six key goals we want to focus on in the future are:

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Our goal

Reduce CO2 emissions (gCO2/t*km) by 40% until 2035 compared to 2010

Since 2010, we have already managed to reduce our CO2 emissions (gCO2/t*km) on our Travemünde/Rostock - Trellborg routes by 35%. We are therefore confident that we can achieve our goal.

We at TT-Line

Part of the European infrastructure

On a Wednesday, 28 March 1962, the passenger and freight ferry Nils Holgersson commenced its regular year-round ferry service between Travemünde and Trelleborg, marking the birth of the TT Linie, now known as TT-Line. In 1962, the first Nils Holgersson had a total passenger count of 68.268 and transported 541 trucks.

Today, TT-Line connects the largest German Baltic Sea ports of Travemünde and Rostock as well as the Polish city of Świnoujście and the Lithuanian city of Klaipėda, with the southern Swedish transport hub of Trelleborg. Since April 2023, the TT-Line ferries also travel to and from Karlshamn, one of the largest ports in Sweden.

In total, TT-Line offers around 6.000 departures per year on its routes across the Baltic Sea. 

With the construction of the Green Ships, the most environmentally friendly ferrys in the company's history, we are investing in a sustainable future.

Our Green Ships

TT-Line is the first shipping company, and a pioneer in the southern Baltic Sea, to use LNG for its new Green Ships. The use of sulfur-free LNG means that local emissions such as sulfur oxides and fine dust are almost completely avoided, nitrogen oxide emissions are significantly reduced and CO2 emissions are reduced by another 22%.

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Electromobility on board

Up to 32 charging stations are available on board of our new Green Ships. We want to offer a sustainable travel experience - charge your electric vehicle comfortably during the crossing for your further journey.

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Our focus

As a company committed to sustainable development, we have carefully selected six out of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals to prioritize in our future endeavors. These goals serve as a guiding framework for our efforts to make a positive impact on both society and the environment. By focusing on these specific goals, we aim to contribute meaningfully to the global agenda for a more equitable, resilient, and sustainable world.

Gender Equality

A central point, which has always been and will continue to be a priority for us, is the promotion of gender equality. One of our focuses is to create a positive working environment with respectful treatment for all women and men, including young people and people with disabilities. We are committed to ensuring women's full participation and equal opportunities for leadership.

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Gender Equality

Decent Work & Economic Growth

We are part of Europe's critical transportation infrastructure, carrying large numbers of passengers and playing a vital role in the Scandinavian supply chain. By transporting food and essential goods between Continental Europe and Scandinavia, we help to ensure the uninterrupted flow of goods. Shifting transport from road to sea not only benefits the environment, but also increases road safety.

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Decent Work & Economic Growth

Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure

We are eager to find ways to further develop reliable and sustainable infrastructure, that is accessible and affordable for all. As part of the critical infrastructure in Europe, we are constantly investing in research and development to increase resource-use efficiency and adopt cleaner and more environment-friendly technologies.

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Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure

Responsible Comsumption & Production

As a transnational company we must take responsibility to adopt sustainable practices. Not only do we work on reducing food losses along production and supply chains, but we also take measures to reduce food waste at consumer level. This includes waste generation in general through prevention, reduction, recycling and reuse.

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Responsible comsumption & production

Climate Action

It is our concern to improve education within the company among our employees as well as to raise awareness among our passengers, acknowledging the role that individuals play in addressing climate change. By adopting sustainable practices and implementing environmentally friendly initiatives, we are doing our part to address the issue of climate change.

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Climate Action

Life Below Water

The protection and sustainable use of our oceans and their resources are essential for sustainable development. We are committed to combining forward-looking strategies with broader initiatives to reduce emissions and pollutants from our vessels. Through these efforts, we reaffirm our commitment to our mission of minimizing our impact on the fragile marine life.

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Life below water
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