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TT-Line: The bridge to Sweden

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 and Sweden with 6 modern Ropax ferries for more than 50 years.

With up to 17 departures a 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. 

TT-Line carries nearly 900.000 guests a year180.000 cars and more than 400.000 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 called at by TT-Line have excellent direct motorway connections to the national motorway networks. 

Spacious cabins, high-quality meals and integrated 'SEA & SAVE' board shops 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 over 30 kilometers of 'deck length' and efficient intermodal connections, freight transport via TT-Line is now an integral part of a variety of logistics solutions. 

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. 

With more than 600 employees, TT-Line has annual revenue of approximately EUR 160 million. The German entrepreneurs Dr. Arend Oetker and Dr. Bernhard Termühlen hold equal numbers of shares in Trampschiffahrt GmbH & Co. KG, the TT-Line holding company.

Safety on board of the TT-Line ferries

Our savety concept is based on three columns:

1. Modern, safe ships that are in peak condition:

TT-Line operates one of the most recently built and most state-of-the-art ferry fleets in the Baltic Sea today. The ships have been designed and constructed in accordance with the latest technological developments, and they all meet the safety requirements in force, including the special requirements in terms of damage stability. To maintain the high technological standard of the fleet, ongoing and scheduled maintenance is an absolute requirement. For this reason, all ships of TT-Line have their own computer-assisted maintenance and repair program by means of which all necessary work can be scheduled and monitored.

2. Competent and well-trained staff both on board and on land:

However, technology alone is no guarantee for safety. It is the optimal interaction between humans and technology which ensures that emergency situations do not arise in the first place. If incidents do occur, however, it is imperative that safety is maintained through direct, prompt and correct human intervention. Competent and well-trained personnel is therefore a crucial factor in the safe operation of a vessel. Ongoing personnel training programmes and frequent exercises guarantee that the crew is capable of responding quickly and correctly to unforeseen events.

3. Optimal organization of operational processes:

Complex operational sequences require an effective organisation. All the important safety-related operational sequences are laid down in TT-Line's Safety Management System. The system meets the requirements of the International Safety Management Codes of the IMO and has been regularly tested and certified by the relevant authorities since 1996. The most important aspect of the system is the process of constant monitoring and improvement which is designed to raise our safety standard further still.

 

As a minimum standard, all safety measures must conform to the requirements of the international, regional and national safety regulations for ocean-going vessels which form the basis of the SOLAS Convention (Safety of Life at Sea) of the International Maritime Organisation IMO, a United Nations body.

If you have any questions regarding safety, please feel free to contact us: info@TTLine.com

Environment

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History

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