Scandlines keeps its ships sailing despite the coronavirus outbreak

Following a solid 2019, Scandlines now, like other passenger carriers, clearly feels the impact of the coronavirus. But the fund-owned shipping company maintains its operations between Denmark and Germany.

Photo: Finn Frandsen

While Scandlines more or less maintained its financial result in 2019 compared to the year before, the shipping company, like other passenger carriers in the region, are facing major challenges due to factors including the coronavirus outbreak.

The bottom line came to a profit of EUR 115 million in 2019, compared to EUR 125 million the year before. Revenue also remained pretty much unchanged at EUR 475 million against EUR 477 million the year before, shows the company's annual report.

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