Containers are handled in 2 different Port of Tallinn harbours: Muuga Harbour and Paldiski South Harbour. The Muuga Harbour Free Zone hosts the most state of the art container terminal in the Baltic States region with the capacity of 600,000 TEU per year.

2 harbours
Muuga Harbour, Paldiski South Harbour
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Terminal area
600,000 TEU
sheltered warehouses
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reefer container depot
55-60 units/h
vessel loading/unloading
5 quays
total length 1 km (374 m, 298 m, 219 m, 200 m / depth 12.4-14.5 m)
4 trains per day
railway loading station
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trucks loading/unloading from gate to gate

Muuga harbour

Muuga Harbour  has a perfect location for container terminal with good connections to road, railways and hinterland logistic terminals.

An extensive free zone grants more flexible customs procedures.

There is also an industrial park in the free zone, allowing for the development of distribution centres in the sizeable area of 76 ha (0.2934 square miles).

Paldiski South Harbour

In Paldiski South Harbour  containers are loaded and unloaded with a mobile crane with lifting capacity of up to 100 tons.

Through Paldiski South Harbour a significant number of containers are  transported by Ro-Ro ships being loaded on roller trailers and cassettes.

Loading equipment

  • 5 Ship-to-Shore gantry cranes
  • 6 Rubber Tyred Gantry cranes
  • Shuttle Carriers, Reach-Stackers
  • port trucks and multitrailers


Port operators and their cooperation partners are offering the consignor a diverse variety of harbour services – loading and unloading of vessels, shipping agency services, charter brokering, customs agent and forwarding agent services, cargo consolidation, packaging and crating, insurance services etc.

Regular container train connections go to Russia, Central Asia and Ukraine.

Regular cargo lines connecting our harbours with the harbours in Europe


Margus Vihman
Member of the Management Board / Chief Commercial Officer
+372 631 8002