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Stena signs order for two additional E-Flexer ships

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Europe’s leading ferry company has an option on a further four vessels Stena has decided to exercise its option to build a seventh and eighth E-Flexer vessel. The two vessels will be deployed within Stena Line’s route network with a planned delivery in 2022. Additionally, Stena RoRo has taken an option on the construction of Read More…

Stena Line announces a new ferry route on the Baltic Sea

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The demand for freight capacity in the Baltic Sea has been growing steadily over the last number of years and Stena Line is supporting this growth through investing in a new route from Poland to Sweden, Gdynia-Nynäshamn, which will commence operations from October 16th 2017 with six trips a week. “This is another important step Read More…

Traffic start for M/V Gute on Gdynia-Karlskrona

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The strong growth within Stena Lines freight business on Baltic Sea South continues. This call for increased capacity and from Monday the 28th of August a fourth ship, M/V Gute, has been taken into operation between Gdynia and Karlskrona. In 2016 the number of freight units on the route increased significantly and in the first eight months in 2017 the growth continues. Read More…

Stena Line to add extra North Sea freight capacity on Rotterdam to Harwich route

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London, 21 July 2017 – In response to demand on the route from Rotterdam (Europoort) to Harwich, Stena Line is to increase capacity by changing to larger ships  The current RoRo ships the Capucine and Severine operating twice daily from Europoort in the Netherlands and Harwich in the UK will be replaced by larger ships, the RoRo Read More…

Stena Line sustainability targets is paying off

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Stena Line’s increased strategic focus on sustainability and environmental improvements over recent years is starting to pay off.   Key measurement data has shown that fuel consumption and emission levels to the air and sea have both decreased.  The results are contained in a new Stena Line publication, ‘ A Sustainable Journey ’ which also presents Read More…

Ninth IMOIIMAX tanker, Stena Immaculate, named in Guangzhou, China

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The Stena Immaculate , the ninth of a total of 13 IMOIIMAX MR tankers, was named today, 10 January 2017. The vessel is owned by Stena Bulk and her godmother was Katarina Ljungqvist, Head of Handelsbanken Western Sweden. The solemn naming ceremony was held at the shipyard GSI (Guangzhou Shipbuilding International) in Guangzhou from where Read More…

Stena Line over the moon to celebrate 21st birthday

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LEADING ferry company Stena Line will celebrate the 21st birthday of its successful route between Dublin and Holyhead on November 18 and to ensure customers can join in on the party, Stena Line is offering 21%* off all bookings on this route for travel up to March 31 2017 when booked by November 21 2016. Read More…

Stena Britannica first out with new look

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During Stena Britannica’s dock ing period on Damen Shipyard in Rotterdam she was the first vessel in Stena Lines fleet to get a new updated livery with green waves complemented by the strapline “Connecting Europe for a Sustainable Future”. This is the new standard for Stena Lines ships livery and it will be implemented on Read More…

Stena Line confirms £7m fleet refit contract with Harland & Wolff

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Stena Line has confirmed that Harland & Wolff’s Belfast shipyard will be carrying out the bulk of its Irish Sea annual ferry fleet refit and maintenance programme in a £7m contract. Each year Stena Line carries out a series of passenger facility upgrade works as well as a number of scheduled maintenance and engine works Read More…

Stena Line celebrates five successful years on Belfast routes to Liverpool and Heysham

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Ferry company reports significant growth since 2011 acquisition LEADING ferry company Stena Line is celebrating a very successful first five years on its Belfast to Liverpool and Heysham routes which have experienced significant growth following their acquisition from DFDS. Since the £40m purchase in 2011, Stena Line’s carryings on the routes have gone from strength Read More…

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