Port of Tallinn aims to become the most innovative port on the shores of the Baltic Sea by offering its customers the best environment and development opportunities.
The development of harbours of Port of Tallinn is a constantly ongoing process. The existing detailed land use plans of Muuga Harbor and Paldiski South Harbor also allow construction of new berthing places and terminal areas on the reclaimed land, which means that if the need arises, the construction work could start immediately. Specific investments and their timing depend on, among other things, customer development plans, changes in the categories of goods, and the detailed land use plans. Port of Tallinn provides infrastructure (land, quays, aquatory, public use roads and railways etc) and customers will provide specific buildings, machinery and vessel loading/unloading equipment for their terminal activities.
The Masterplan 2030 of the Old City Harbor area was completed in 2017. This document is a long-term comprehensive detailed development plan integrating the port area (closed area), areas of port-city-related activities (semi-public area) and areas of urban development (public areas)into united functional system comprising a human-centered and integrated approach combining commercial, socio-economic, spatial and environmental aspects giving maximum financial and spatial value to the seaside area. For implementing the Masterplan 2030, it is necessary to draw up and establish detailed land use plans for the areas, in order to give legal force to the development plan. Until their completion, Port of Tallinn will implement temporary solutions to the public spaces surrounding the A and D terminals creating human-friendly environment for the activities, such as a pedestrian walkway from Kadriorg to Kalamaja.
Port of Tallinn also contributes to the implementation of modern technologies across its harbours by creating and implementing innovative developments and digital solutions.