ForSea offers fast broadband with Nowhere Networks

ForSea offers fast broadband with Nowhere Networks

The Danish/Swedish shipping company ForSea has chosen Swedish Nowhere Networks as a strategic supplier of radio-based broadband. Starting this summer ForSea can offer fast quality broadband to customers travelling between Helsingborg and Helsingør on its vessels Aurora, Hamlet, Tycho Brahe and Mercandia.


“Fast and reliable broadband is of strategic importance to us. That is why we have chosen Nowhere Networks complete service consisting of both its innovative communication solution and its continuous around the clock operation of it. A complete solution like this suits us perfectly, the installation and implementation has been smooth and everything works perfectly” says Jens Ole Hansen, Chief Operating Officer, ForSea.


In addition to being able to offer its customers fast internet access ForSea also gets reliable broadband connectivity for its on-board IT-system on its vessels, facilitating the work for its staff.

“We are very proud to be able to deliver our solution to ForSea and very pleased with the fact that our solution is a significant improvement compared to the previous solution. We look forward to work in close cooperation with ForSea as a strategic supplier of broadband,” says Asbjörn Frydenlund, Chief Executive Officer, Nowhere Networks.


ForSea AB

ForSea operates the ferry service between Helsingborg and Helsingör with almost 50,000 departures per year in one of northern Europe’s busiest waters. The ferry service is an indispensable part of the infrastructure which contributes to people meeting and the region developing. During 2018 more than 7 million passengers, 1.3 million private cars, 450,000 lorries and 16,000 buses were transported safely and securely across the Sound. The ferry line is a ”floating bridge”, with several departures every hour, round the clock. Besides frequency of services and reliability, the strongest competitive advantages are the capacity, the sustainable transportation and the experiences on board.

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