ONE OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST FERRY OPERATORS


Stena Line at a glance

Stena Line transports approximately 7 million passengers, 1,5 million cars and 2 million freight units yearly.

- 20 ferry routes in Scandinavia, around Great Britain and to the Baltic countries
- Connects 10 countries
- About 35 vessels in operation
- About 5 000 employees
- Turnover 12 400 MSEK

"Connecting Europe for a sustainable future"


Our customers
 should have the best possible experience when they
choose Stena Line for travel, holidays, relaxation or freight transport.

Stena Line's business concept is to produce and sell safe and
efficient transport by sea and connecting port services so that:
- Passengers arrive at their destinations having had an experience that
exceeds their expectations
- Transport companies can ship goods to their destinations in a cost-
effective way.

travel with us


Stena Line offers trips for every need and occasion, whether simply travelling for pleasure or en route to a destination.

Stena Line provides sustainable links across Europe, taking you towards new destinations, people and cultures.


Book your trip on one of our travel web sites »

Ship with us


Stena Line's route network is one of the most comprehensive.

We offer a wide range of transport solutions for our customers weather you need a solution for trucks, trailers or containers.



Book your transport at Stena Line Freight ยป

Organisation & management


Stena Line
has a route-based organisation and the head office is located in Gothenburg.

We are organised in eight geographical Business Regions: Denmark, Norway, Germany, Baltic Sea North, Baltic Sea South, North Sea, Irish Sea North och Irish Sea South.

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Working at Stena Line


At Stena Line
, care is crucial to our business and is an important part of our corporate culture.

 

Everything we do shows that we care and this is emphasized in our core values:

 

“We deliver efficiency and sustainability through care – care for our customers, care for resources, care for each other.”

 

 

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