Torghatten ASA

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Torghatten ASA
Public
Industry Transport
Founded 1878
Headquarters Brønnøysund, Norway
Area served
Norway
Revenue Increase NOK 1,557 million (2005)
NOK 126 million (2005)
NOK 103 million (2005)
Number of employees
1800 (2007)
Website www.torghatten.no
Footnotes / references
[1]

Torghatten ASA is a Norwegian shipping company based in Brønnøysund. The company's areas of operation include operating bus, car ferries, fast ferries, travel agencies, real estate, security and maintenance. The company's main asset is a 100% ownership in Fosen Trafikklag.

The companies ship operations include car- and passenger ferry operations in southern Helgeland, between Bindal and Sandnessjøen. TTS operates four bus routes out of Brønnøysund, to Mosjøen, Sandnessjøen Grong and Namsos.

In addition to operations in its own name, Torghatten owns 100% of Fosen Trafikklag. This company again operates car- and passenger ferries in Sør-Trøndelag, owns Bastø Fosen that operates the Bastø Ferry. It also owns Innherredsferja, Lekaferja, Norgesbuss and TrønderBilene, that again owns 74% of Gauldal Billag [2] that owns Østerdal Billag.[1] Furthermore, the company also has some joint venture in shipping, including 5% of Edda Gas (49% being owned by Bergesen d.y.) and 50% of an Aframax ship.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Torghatten Trafikkselskap. "Årsregnskapet 2005" (PDF) (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2007-01-21. 
  2. ^ http://www.banett.no/Br_nn_y/article426938.ece