Port offers Finland’s most diverse range of services, all the way to 200-tonne hoists.

Tahkoluoto is home to Finland’s deepest harbour

Port of Pori Ltd provides land rental, ship, crane and conveyor services. The Port of Pori consists of three harbors: Mäntyluoto, the Tahkoluoto oil and chemical harbour, and the Tahkoluoto deep harbour.

The depth of the Tahkoluoto fairway is 15.3 meters, making it Finland’s deepest harbor. All of the harbor areas can be safely approached along short and direct fairways.

In the future, a new pier measuring approximately 500 meters in length will be added to Kallonlahti in Mäntyluoto, providing new opportunities and improving the harbour infrastructure, while offering new business opportunities. A further aim is to invest in a new oil pier for Tahkoluoto which is currently undergoing the permit procedure. This will also increase the safety and efficiency of liquid transportation.

We also have good overland connections to Russia. Rail investments are currently being made: the tracks are being electrified to both the Mäntyluoto and Tahkoluoto parts of the harbor.

We are making major investments in the safety and environmental friendliness of the harbor. For example, we have lowered the charges for vessels running on alternative fuels. The most recent investment was a transition to LED lighting. All of the outdoor lighting in the harbor is being placed with new LED lights, and the investment has already begun.

One of our areas of expertise is handling project cargoes, and it is cost efficient to handle special shipments via our port using the good – and constantly improving – routes available to every part of Finland. Our port offers Finland’s most diverse range of services, all the way to 200-ton hoists.

Further information: www.portofpori.fi

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