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Port of Tallinn is the biggest port authority in Estonia and as far as both cargo and passenger traffic are taken into account, the biggest port on the shores of the Baltic Sea. …

Port of Tallinn is the biggest port authority in Estonia and as far as both cargo and passenger traffic are taken into account, the biggest port on the shores of the Baltic Sea.

Port of Tallinn consists of five constituent harbours:
* Old City Harbour
* Muuga Harbour
* Paldiski South Harbour
* Paljassaare Harbour
* Saaremaa Harbour

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  • 1. The Biggest Porton the Shores of theBaltic Sea
  • 2. HARBOURSFROM CARGO TO CRUISE
  • 3. ORGANIZATIONCOMPANY IN A NUTSHELL • State-owned limited liability company • Port of Tallinn is a landlord port • We provide infrastructure - land, quays and sea approaches • Private operators provide superstructure: handling equipment and warehousing
  • 4. POSITIONWE ARE DIFFERENT! • Unique geographical position • Ideal natural conditions • Well-developed infrastructure • Highest quality and environmental concern • European service standard, focus on safety • Free zone • Land availability
  • 5. CORPORATE STRUCTURETHREE DIMENSIONS OF MANAGING Minister of Economic Affairs and Communications 8 members, 4 appointed by Minister of Economic Affairs and Communications, 4 appointed by Minister of Finance Appointed by Supervisory Board
  • 6. RESULTS IN 2011OF THE PORT OF TALLINN • 36.5 mln tons of cargo • 197.717 TEU containers • 8,5 mln passengers • 2119 cargo ship calls • 5087 passenger ship calls • 301 cruise ship calls
  • 7. REGULARCARGO LINES
  • 8. COMPETITORSCARGO THROUGHPUT
  • 9. CLIENTSOF THE PORT OF TALLINN Major shipping-lines, including Maersk, MSC, CMA CGM, APL, Tschudi Lines, Unifeeder, Team Lines, Tallink, Viking Line, Eckerö Line, Navirail, Transfennica, KESS, Mann Lines Major terminal operators, including Vopak E.O.S, Oiltanking, ArcelorMittal, Vesta Terminal Tallinn (Mercuria Energy), Neste, Alexela (Trafigura), Nynas, DBT (Akron), Coal Terminal (KruTrade), Muuga CT, Esteve Terminal, Assistor, Autolink, Refetra, Tridens, Baltic Scrap Terminal, MGT Muuga Grain Terminal, Stivis, Kuusakoski, Petromaks
  • 10. PARTNERSOF THE PORT OF TALLINN • Estonian Ministry of Communications and Economic Affairs • Enterprise Estonia • Embassies (Chinese, Russian, British, Belgian etc) • Tallinn City • Tallinn Tourist Board • ...and many others
  • 11. MUUGA HARBOUR TERRITORY 524.2 ha AQUATORY 752 hais specialized on handling TOTAL LENGTH OF BERTHS 5.9 kmof goods of transit origin NUMBER OF BERTHS 28 MAX. DEPTH 18 m MAX. LENGTH OF A VESSEL 300+ m
  • 12. DEVELOPMENTPLANS 2010 + 64 ha 27 haTOTAL NEW QUAYLINE 2030 mTOTAL NEW TERRITORY 137 ha
  • 13. MUUGA DEVELOPMENT AREASWESTERN PART PLOTS
  • 14. MUUGA INDUSTRIAL PARKEASTERN PART PLOTS
  • 15. PALDISKI SOUTH HARBOUR TERRITORY 114.7 ha AQUATORY 134,5 ha TOTAL LENGTH OF BERTHS 1,85 km NUMBER OF BERTHS 10 MAX. DEPTH 13,5 m MAX. LENGTH OF A VESSEL 230 m
  • 16. PALDISKI SOUTH HARBOUR2010-2012 INDUSTRIAL PARK AREA 21 ha DEVELOPMENT AREA 10 ha
  • 17. PALJASSAARE HARBOUR TERRITORY AQUATORY 43.6 ha 33.5 ha TOTAL LENGTH OF BERTHS 1859 m NUMBER OF BERTHS 11 MAX. DEPTH 9m MAX. LENGTH OF A VESSEL 190 m
  • 18. SAAREMAA HARBOUR TERRITORY 10.08 ha AQUATORY 44.3 ha TOTAL LENGTH OF BERTHS 460 m NUMBER OF BERTHS 3 + floating drydock MAX. DEPTH 10 m MAX. LENGTH OF A VESSEL 200 + m
  • 19. OLD CITY HARBOUR TERRITORY 54.2 ha AQUATORY 75.9 ha TOTAL LENGTH OF BERTHS 4.2 km NUMBER OF CRUISE BERTHS 5 MAX. DEPTH 10.7 m MAX. LENGTH OF A VESSEL 320 + m
  • 20. OLD CITY HARBOURVISION • The Old City Harbour area should be open and attractive for the citizens and visitors • The Old City Harbour and surrounding areas are to be viewed as one - a multiple function real estate development process „playing arena” • The attractive area adds volume to the passenger traffic and vice versa
  • 21. Port of Tallinn Ph: + 372 631 8555Sadama 25, Tallinn Fax: +372 631 8166 15051 Estonia portoftallinn@portoftallinn.com