Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- AS Tallink Grupp, the largest Baltic ferry company, said passenger volumes were little changed in October compared with a year earlier, while it carried less cargo.
Passenger volumes rose 0.2 percent to 768,627 people and the number of cargo units decreased 3.5 percent to 24,936, the Tallinn-based company said in a regulatory statement today. It cited the end of traffic between Finland and Germany as a reason.
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