Mols-Linien Type Public (OMX: MOLS) Founded 1964 Headquarters Ebeltoft, Denmark Area served Denmark Key people Søren Jespersen, MD
Frantz Palludan, Chairman
Services Passenger transportation, Freight transportation Website www.mols-linien.dk
In 1984 DFDS sold Mols-Linien and Grenaa-Hundested Linien to J. Lauritzen A/S. The company was sold 4 years later to Danish investment company DIFKO.
In 1999 Mols-Linien merged with Scandlines subsidiary Cat-Link.
In July 2011 Mols-Linien announced it was to close the Kalundborg - Aarhus route and sell the two vessels operating the route.
Mols-Linien closed the Aarhus - Kalundborg route on 15 September 2011. The route is now operated by Kattegatruten.
Mols-Linen operates a fleet of three high speed ferries.
Name Built Enterered service Tonnage Notes Mai Mols 1996 1996 3,971 GT Max Mols 1998 1999 5,617 GT Mie Mols 1996 1996 3,971 GT
Mols-Linien operates two routes across the Kattegat.
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