Port of Tallinn is the biggest port authority in Estonia and its strategic goal is to develop the competitiveness of Estonia as a maritime country.
As far as both cargo and passenger traffic are taken into account, Port of Tallinn could be considered as the biggest port on the shores of the Baltic Sea.
Port of Tallinn is listed on Nasdaq Tallinn Stock Exchange since June 13, 2018.
- 67% Republic of Estonia
- 33% Investment funds, pension funds, private investors
The activities of Port of Tallinn are divided mainly between the following areas:
- 10.6 million passengers per year
- 5,500 ferry and cruise ship calls per year
- Old City Harbour and Saaremaa Harbour
- Receiving ferries and cruise ships, providing and developing port infrastructure, servicing passengers and vehicles
- 20 million tonnes of cargo per year
- 1,700 cargo ship calls per year
- Muuga Harbour, Paldiski South Harbour
- Receiving cargo ships, providing and developing port infrastructure
- Liquid bulk, dry bulk, containers, ro-ro, and general cargo
- Operating ferries on the Rohuküla-Heltermaa and Virtsu-Kuivastu routes, 2.3 million passengers, 1.0 million vehicles per year
- Five ferries: Leiger, Tiiu, Tõll, Piret and Regula
- Icebreaker Botnica
- Icebreaking activities in Northern Estonian ports and harbours, off-shore activities during the summer
- Muuga Industrial Park of 76 ha
- Paldiski South Harbour Industrial Park of 34 ha
- Old City Harbour real estate development of 16 ha (in the preparatory phase)
- Commercial and office spaces for rent
Port of Tallinn owns and operates four constituent harbours
Port of Tallinn Group includes also:
TS Laevad has signed a long-term contract with the Republic of Estonia for operating regular ferry traffic between Estonia’s major islands (Muhu/Saaremaa, Hiiumaa) and the mainland.
Multifunctional MPV “Botnica”:
- Ice monitoring and icebreaking
- Anchor Handling
- Diving Support
- Underwater Construction