Dry Bulk cargo is handled in 3 different harbours: Muuga Harbour, Paldiski South Harbour and Saaremaa Harbour. The grain terminal in Muuga Harbour is the largest in the Baltic region and one of the largest in the world.
The volume of dry bulk cargo passing through Port of Tallinn is comprised of fertilizers, grain, scrap metal, gravel, peat, wood pellets etc, handling both export and import as well as transit cargo.
In the case of East West direction transit through the port, terminals and Estonian Railways infrastructures, the Port of Tallinn is able to provide the consignors large consignment storage and transit services. Therefore the Port has a clear competitive advantage compared to other ports located at the Eastern Coast of the Baltic Sea and due to it the client will be able to save both in time and in expenses.
(backing, blending etc) using modern and environmentally friendly technology.
vessels up to 120 000 DWT. Depth at the quays allows to load and discharge large (Panamax) vessels.
all year round navigable.
- The terminal capacity for the import route is 5.0 million tons and for the export route it is up to 2.5 million tons of cereal grains per year
- Two quays with the length of 330 m (1083 ft) and the depth of 17.3 m (~56 ft) enable processing up to 120,000 DWT vessels
- The total holding capacity of 300,000 tons and 48 stand alone silos enable smooth transshipment and an option of process different grain varieties
- The fastest vessel loading speed is from 24,000 to 28,000 tons per day
- The greatest discharge speed of rail wagons is 250 wagons per day and the fastest loading speed is 300 wagons per day
- Cleaning of cereals and laboratory testing available
- The capacity of the terminal is 2.5 million tons of fertilisers per year
- The berth with up to 280 m (~918 ft) of length and 14.4 m (~47 ft) of depth enables processing up to 75,000 DWT vessels (PANAMAX)
- Total holding capacity 195,000 tons
- The fastest vessel loading speed is 12,000 tons per day
- The greatest discharge speed of rail wagons is from 220 to 240 wagons per day
- Blending and packaging & crating available
The scrap metal is handled in the Paldiski South Harbour.
Other dry bulk goods - gravel, peat etc
In addition to the three major categories of the solid bulk goods, the Port of Tallinn processes gravel, peat, wood pellets and other solid bulk goods in the harbour terminals.