Tallink posts record sales, opens Burger King

Ferry firm sees record revenues of almost a billion euros
Baltic Sea passenger shipping company Tallink says it earned all-time-high revenues of €954.2 million in 2015, according to unaudited results disclosed this week. Unaudited net profit more than doubled to €59.1 million.
AS Tallink Grupp, which owns 15 vessels and operates under the brands Tallink and Silja Line on six lines across the Baltic, carried nine million passengers last year. The company put the results down to growth in passenger numbers, higher on-board revenue per passenger, higher charter revenues and lower operating costs.
The company has also announced fast food on one of its fast ferries. It unveiled the world’s first floating Burger King restaurant, on its Star ferry which plies the Tallinn-Helsinki line. It is the biggest Burger King in Finland and the first in Estonia.
TTG Nordic


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