Reliability, quality, precision and environmental awareness - 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 7 modern RoPax ferries for more than 60 years.
TT-Line has been operating direct ferry services between Germany and Sweden since 1962. Since 2014, TT-Line also connects Poland and Sweden via Swinoujscie, which makes them the only ferry service offering all three main routes between Continental Europe and Sweden. In Spring 2018 TT-Line started the route Klaipeda/ Lithuania – Trelleborg/ Sweden to offer additional capacity on highly demanded departures with direct transshipment options to and from Rostock and Travemünde in Germany.
The company offers the shortest direct ferry connection perfectly integrated in the intermodal network within Continental Europe.
With innovative digital solutions for online booking, transport management and check-in TT-Line thrives to further improve processes for it´s customers and adapt to the market needs quickly.
TT-Line's technology and environmental management has received several awards. TT-Line has developed the 'Green Bridge Concept' and is achieving a further reduction of emissions of harmful substances with the installation of diesel electric propulsion systems. With flow-optimised hull forms and speed management to optimise fuel consumption, it has been possible to further optimise the CO2 footprint.
In order to set further milestones in terms of sustainable development, the fleet will be expanded by 2 newbuildings, the Green Ships, in 2022. These will be the first LNG-powered ferries in the southern Baltic Sea.
Our strategic goal is to offer our customers the most efficient and competitive transport solution and to further develop our market and quality leadership for direct ferry services in the southern Baltic Sea.
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