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Environmental stories

Below you can find all the published articles and stories about environmental work at Finnlines.

Environmental responsibility – the Finnlines way

Finnlines News 2/2019

Finnlines is committed to long-term efforts for the environment. Environmental responsibility is part of the daily operations of the Company and includes everyday actions – like timetable and route planning or running on optimal speed, load and trim.

Finnlines at the head of the pack in race towards sustainability

Finnlines News 2/2019

If you don’t measure your own performance, how can you improve? Sportsmen, businessmen, and all mankind in all activities have to improve day after day, and must be able to measure its results to go further.

Finland’s seaway to the world

Finnlines News 2/2019

- the most environmentally friendly transport form

Welcome on board!

Finnlines News 2/2019

The renewed Finnlines ro-pax vessels combine the best of both cargo and passenger vessels.

On the front line of the R&D revolution

Finnlines News 1/2019

Automisation, digitalisation and the development of emission-reduction technology will help push our industry towards a low-carbon future.

Finnswan

Finnlines to build new ro-pax class that will contribute to climate fight

Finnlines News 3/2018

The battle is on to reduce CO2 emissions and fossil fuel consumption over a short enough timescale to ensure that our children inherit a world in ecological equilibrium.

Green shipping

Finnlines News 3/2018

Finnlines’ actions in sustainable shipping

Finnlines invests in ultra-clean vessels

Finnlines News 2/2018

Finnlines has ordered three new green ro-ro vessels.

A turning point – GHG emissions to reduce by 50%

Finnlines News 2/2018

Paris Agreement for Shipping reached

Increasing lane metres - lift

Jumboisation for energy efficiency

Finnlines News 2/2017

Around 1 km of trucks more per ship hosted on board.

Finnstar

Save native species – The Ballast Water Management Convention has entered into force

Ballast water is essential to control ships’ trim, draught, stability and stresses.