Viking Line to continue service in the Baltic Sea
Because of the coronavirus, Viking Line will continue to maintain reduced level of service at the Baltic Sea. To ensure security of supply, four of the Company's seven vessels will sail primarily with cargo between Finland and Sweden, the Åland Islands, a
Passenger traffic has virtually come to a standstill following the restrictions imposed by the authorities. The demand for transporting cargo remains strong.
Viking Line continues to deliver goods with four vessels between Finland, Sweden, Åland and Estonia, to ensure the security of supply.
“It is important to maintain vital social functions during these exceptional circumstances, and Viking Line is doing so by providing cargo service between these countries,” stated Jan Hanses, President and CEO of Viking Line.
Maritime Business World