HH QUARTERLY

On a quarterly basis, ForSea publishes HH QUARTERLY as a contribution to the public debate with concrete facts concerning the traffic and financial development of the Öresund region, which ForSea plays an important role in promoting.

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Sustainable all the way

The transition to battery power is reducing ForSea’s emissions and attracting a lot of attention. At the same time, sustainability work is now being done throughout the entire company and directed at everything from energy-savings and waste-management to certified raw ingredients and social responsibility.   

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Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Significant environmental progress

Throughout Q1, ForSea has operated the world’s largest battery-powered passenger ferries, Aurora and Tycho Brahe, on the Helsingborg-Helsingør route. The environmental benefits have been significant: The ferry operator’s total emissions of CO2 and harmful particles have been halved compared to the prior year.

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Friday, February 8, 2019

Battery-powered ferries and new name generated growth on the Helsingborg-Helsingör route in Q4

In Q4 2018, ForSea inaugurated the two ferries Aurora and Tycho Brahe as the World’s largest battery-powered passenger ferries. Simultaneously, the ForSea brand was launched, and the introduction of battery-powered combined with the name change contributed significantly to an increase in the number of leisure passengers in the quarter. While the number of transported cars declined moderately, the strong growth in the number of transported trucks continued.

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Monday, October 29, 2018

Continued progress in freight traffic and conversion to battery operation

Freight traffic volumes continued to grow in Q3 2018 on Scandlines Helsingborg-Helsingör, which accounted for the largest share of growth in freight traffic on Öresund this quarter as well. While the number of transported passengers and cars declined, due to the unusually warm summer among other things, the ferries’ precision and capacity utilisation remained high.

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