RIGA – Estonian ferry operator Tallink Grupp in early April marks the 13th anniversary of the Riga-Stockholm route and reported that it has carried more than 7.6 passengers on the route in these years, LETA learned from the company.
Tallink Grupp this year marks its 30th anniversary and plans future developments in each of its markets, including Latvia.
Tallink Latvia opened the Riga Stockholm route in April 2006. Presently Isabelle and Romantika ferries are running on the route daily, carrying passengers, vehicles and cargos between the Latvian and Swedish capitals.
In 13 years Tallink has carried more than 7.6 million passengers of more than 200 nationalities on six ships. The company has also carried more than 910,000 transport vehicles and more than 175,000 cargo units.
Tallink Latvija was registered in 2005 and has a share capital of EUR 35,560. The company’s turnover in 2017 was EUR 2095 million and profit reached EUR 149,581. Tallink Latvija employs more than 600 people.