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“Through this deal Stena Line Travel Group will vastly increase its position in the Dutch travel market and further broaden its offer of Nordic holiday products to Dutch consumers.  We are determined to be the first choice for Dutch tourists to the Nordics, Iceland or Great Britain. The collective knowledge and skills among all our employees when it comes to North European holidays is unprecedented.  We are thrilled to have taken this next step in creating a European Travel Group truly specialised in North European destinations.  We look forward to working with Voigt Travel and its sister companies.”
Jari Virtanen, Managing Director of Stena Line Travel Group
“This is a great development for Voigt Travel and its employees who, in recent decades, has pioneered tourist travel to several Nordic destinations and made them accessible with charter flights from the Netherlands and Belgium.  With this deal we have now found a new owner for Voigt Travel who has the strength and resources to help us to continue our expansion.  As part of Stena Line Travel Group, we can further strengthen our position, together with Buro Scanbrit and Scandinavian Wintersports, the Finnish company Ruka Safaris, and realise our ambitions for further growth.  I am excited for what the future holds!”
Cees van den Bosch, Managing Partner of Voigt Travel Holding
At Stena Line, we never forget our heritage. Sten A Olsson was a real entrepreneur, and it was his ambition, flexibility and everlasting curiosity that shaped our DNA. Over the six decades that have passed since he opened his first shipping service, we have continued to challenge existing ideas and models within our business. This is what has enabled us to develop into a leading ferry operator.
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line
The Baltic Sea is an economic area that is still characterised by dynamic growth. Customer demand is growing on a daily basis, and we are in the lucky position to cater for this demand, not only with the right service attitude and hard work, but also with a modern and efficient fleet. And when we can add a beautiful new ship like Stena Estelle on a day like this, we are even more convinced that the success of the last years in this region has only been a start.
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line
Stena Line has been a trailblazer for the industry when it comes to implementing sustainable technology, operations and structures, and we are aiming to retain our position as a leading company in this area.
Maria Tornvall, Head of Sustainability at Stena Line
We are very excited to introduce our new ferry Stena Estelle, which will boost our offer for both freight customers and passengers. This all-new vessel is the most modern in our fleet and unmatched in capacity, efficiency design and service setup.
Marek Kiersnowski, Trade Director Baltic Sea South, Stena Line
The southern Baltic Sea is a key region for Stena Line and our route Karlskrona-Gdynia is a backbone for our ambition to grow and expand further.
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line
We are convinced that in Life Finder Systems International and Cetasol, we have two much deserving winners, and we wish them the best of luck on their future endeavours.
Monica Strandhag, Trade Manager at Stena Line and Chairman of the Jury
Flexibility and growing with our customers is key for Stena Line, and with the E-Flexers that we are now deploying on the route Karlskrona-Gdynia we are striving to offer a fleet that is as flexible as possible, responding to the needs of our customers.
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line
This new service is primarily an outcome of customer dialogue and market demand. But to bring it to life you also need to be somewhat entrepreneurial, and it requires hard work, a dedicated team and strong commitment to make a new route a success.
Johan Edelman, Trade Director Baltic Sea North
Transporting passengers and freight in the Baltic Sea region for almost a decade now, we keep constant track of our customers’ needs and demand, and are delighted to improve our customers’ experience. Compared to ferries that previously operated the route, Stena Scandica and Stena Baltica provide 30% more freight capacity and 70% more cabin space, more extensive leisure options, and a more pleasant travel experience on our vessels and routes to and from Latvia. Both new ferries are outstanding additions to Stena Line’s fleet of vessels for our customers, and this is just the first step on the path to our major plan to double the number of passengers on this Baltic Sea route over a three year period.
Johan Edelman, Stena Line Trade Director, Baltic Sea North
With our new daily route between Hanko and Nynäshamn, we heavily expand and strengthen our position in the Baltic Sea.
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line
These large, modern, and fuel-efficient next generation ferries are the flag ships in the modernisation of our fleet as well as our development of sustainable shipping.
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line Group
This collaboration between the steel and the maritime sectors is the first of its kind and demonstrates that by working together companies from different backgrounds can greatly improve their effect on the climate. For Stena Line this is another successful proof of concept for our methanol conversion ferry and a further bridge towards our aim of fossil free shipping
Erik Lewenhaupt, Head of Sustainability Stena Line Group
Taking delivery of the large, modern and efficient vessel Stena Scandica is a major milestone for Stena Lineand enables us to continue to grow together with our customers in the Baltic Sea.
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line
The E-Flexer vessels represent an important part of our sustainable growth journey for the future and we look forward to welcoming two more vessels to our fleet next year.
Niclas Mårtensson
We have seen an increase in demand from our customers across the Baltic Sea region. We are now strengthening our position and customer offer further with new modern vessels, more capacity and an attractive onboard experience on both our routes to and from Latvia during 2021. I am happy to welcome Stena Livia to the Baltic Sea fleet,
Johan Edelman, Trade Director Baltic Sea North
Stena Line has now chosen to set the ambitious target to reduce our total carbon dioxide emissions by 30% by 2030, because in the end they need be zero
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line Group
We need to ensure that we can attract, recruit and keep the best talents by actively recruiting from all genders for all positions.
Margareta Jensen Dickson, Group Head of People
Halmstad was the right move and the freight volumes have exceeded our expectations
Elisabeth Lönne, Trade Director Denmark
We now move from vision to vessel with the battery powered vessel Stena Elektra.
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line Group
The new vessel names connect with our Scandinavian heritage as well as the region where they will operate.
Johan Edelman, Trade Director Baltic Sea North
We have seen a strong demand among our customers for a regular intermodal service to and from the southern part of Western Europe including France and Spain to and from Scandinavia.
Fredrik Johansson, Shipping Logistics Sales & Business Development Manager at Stena Line
The move to the new ferry terminal is an important part of our expansion in the Baltic Sea and enables us to continue to grow together with our customers.
Johan Edelman, Trade Director Baltic Sea North at Stena Line
We are now strengthening our position and customer offer further with new modern vessels, more capacity and an attractive onboard experience on both our routes to and from Latvia during 2021
Johan Edelman, Trade Director Baltic Sea North
We have seen an increase in demand from our customers across the wider Baltic Sea region. We are now strengthening our position and customer offer further with new modern vessels and more capacity.
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line Group
This is an important milestone in the electrification of shipping.
Per Wimby, Stena Teknik
This is an exciting addition to our operations and service to our customers. We are strengthening our position as Europe's leading ferry company and respond to the increased market demand in the Baltic Sea
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line
We believe in continued growth and demand in all our markets and with the new ferries in place we will be well equipped for the future
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line Group
Ferry travel is the only mode of transport where you can social distance
Stena Line’s CEO Niclas Mårtensson
We aim to be the leader in sustainable shipping and we have high ambitions. During the last ten years we have improved the efficiency with more than 320 energy efficiency actions onboard and onshore.
Erik Lewenhaupt, Head of Sustainability Stena Line Group
Stena Line plays an important part in the European logistic network and onboard our ferries our customers transport vital goods such as medicines and supplies for healthcare, as well as fresh food for supermarket shelves. Therefore, we want to highlight the important work undertaken by our key worker seafarers, our colleagues onboard our vessels, in theses challenging times
Erik Lewenhaupt, Head of Sustainability , Brand & Communication at Stena Line Group
Being the owner of the world’s first ship with methanol-fuel represented a great step on our journey to become the leader in sustainable shipping
Carl-Johan Hagman, Head of Shipping & Ferries at Stena AB.
We will do everything in our means to ensure essential supply lines stay operational during what is a very difficult time for the company and the countries that we serve.
Ian Hampton, Director, Stena Line.
This is a tough decision to make, but we are experiencing tough times in general as a company.
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line
Due to the current situation we are facing, we have no choice but to adjust our operations and our costs to limit the drop in demand and secure the continuity of our freight operations
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line Group
I’m proud that Stena Line continues to shape the industry for the next generation of freight and travel customers
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line
The investment and renovation the two vessels are an important part of the journey to ensure a great travel and onboard experience for our guests also in the future
Ron Gerlach, Trade Director Germany, Stena Line
Taking ownership of Stena Estrid is a major milestone for Stena Line
Niclas Mårtensson, CEO Stena Line
This project is using AI technology to support our captains and officers to save fuel. By improving the efficiency, we reduce both our costs and our environmental footprint.
Jari Virtanen, Chief Transformation Officer at Stena Line.
Today the first of our five next generation ferries achieved a very important milestone.
Paul Grant, Chief Commercial Officer, Irish Sea and North Sea at Stena Line.
The partnership with Mercy Ships is an important part of Stena Line’s corporate social responsibility and engages everyone from the management to our employees working onboard, but also our guests and partners which we a proud of
Erik Lewenhaupt, Head of Sustainability, Brand & Communication at Stena Line
At Stena Line we welcome everyone. Whether you want to work here, travel with us or be one of our business partners. Therefore, we are proud to support EuroPride for another year and the values of equality and diversity they represent; discrimination of any nature has no place in Stena Line
Ian Hampton, Chief People & Communications Officer at Stena Line.
To create big waves, you need ‘All Aboard‘– and Stena Line is starting this journey with their own people.
Carl Mårtensson, PR & Communications Manager
We are very exited about the cooperation with Ctrip and see this agreement as strategically important for Stena Line which will enable us to access a rapidly expanding market.
Stena Line’s CEO Niclas Mårtensson.
”Plastics ending up in the oceans is a growing environmental problem. Therefore we have set the ambitious target to phase out carrier bags and disposables from plastics onboard all our ferries during the coming year
”Plastics ending up in the oceans is a growing environmental problem. Therefore we have set the ambitious target to phase out carrier bags and disposables from plastics onboard all our ferries during the coming year
“When an event like Tall Ships Regatta, connected to the ocean, comes to our home town it´s a privilege to be involved and support it. One of the organizers main purposes is to develop and educate young people through the sail experience and maybe some of these young sailors one day even might end up working for us on board the Stena vessels somewhere around the world”,
Carl-Johan Hagman, CEO Stena Line
As a company Stena Line aims to connect Europe in a sustainable way and we know that our initiatives in respect of methanol and other innovative approaches are appreciated by the industry as it seeks to improve efficiency and environmental performance.”
Richard Horswill, Stena Line’s Head of Freight UK and Ireland
The existence of 9 ferry routes between 14 different ports is based on established interconnectivity needs and fair competition.
Carl-Johan Hagman, CEO Stena Line.
The second berth allows us to fully facilitate business development long-term and to meet future customer demand.
Annika Hult, Route Manager, Stena Line North Sea