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Passenger Traffic: Finnish Transport Workers' Union (AKT) has issued an overtime ban for its members and warned about a possible strike starting 15 February 2023. This affects our Finland–Germany passenger traffic in February.

Q2 2022 in numbers

Finnlines’ key financial figures January-June 2022

Highlights Q2

The Finnlines Group recorded revenue totalling EUR 356.9 (270.8) million during January–June 2022, an increase of 32% compared with the same reporting period in 2021. Shipping and Sea Transport Services generated revenue amounting to EUR 343.8 (258.1) million, of which passenger-related revenue was to EUR 25.6 (14.2) million. The revenue of Port Operations was EUR 24.8 (24.1) million. Cargo volumes were above the 2021 level.

356.9

Revenue EUR million

97.7

EBITDA EUR million

56.3

Net result,
EUR million

55.8%

Equity ratio

Key operational figures

393,000

cargo units

742,000

tons of non-unitised freight

73,000

cars

286,000

passengers

EUR million1-6 20221-6 20212021
Revenue356.9270.8579.9
Result before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA)97.771.0160.3
Result before interest and taxes (EBIT)56.838.578.2
Result for reporting period56.336.374.7
Equity ratio, %55.856.560.4
Interest-bearing debt, MEUR456.9403.7350.4
Net gearing, %56.556.045.6

More than 170 weekly departures

Finnlines’ services play a vital role in ensuring a smooth supply of goods to Finland and from Finland to Sweden, Continental Europe, Great Britain and Ireland.

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