Liquid Bulk is handled in 2 different harbours: Muuga Harbour and Paldiski South Harbour
The liquid bulk cargo amounts to the highest volume of goods in maritime freight. This commodity group includes crude oil (petroleum) and petroleum products, liquid chemicals and gas, vegetable oils etc.
Our harbours offer
express rail transportation, advanced technologies for discharging rail tank cars and quick loading of vessels in all-year round navigable ports.
shortest transshipment times and most efficient routes in the region.
unique value-added services and high flexibility.
and various control systems enable to maintain the highest operational performance standards.
Application of specific techniques
guarantees safety of all processes and preserves the required quality of products.
The proximity to Russia and the infrastructure
of harbours enable terminals to offer good transit conditions for liquid oils globally.
The Port of Tallinn has set a goal to penetrate the LNG and/or LPG logistics market by creating suitable environment for the construction of gas terminals and thus building the fundamentals for the preservation of the energy independence of the Republic of Estonia.
Petroleum & Petroleum Products
The Port of Tallinn handles petroleum products at Muuga Harbour and Paldiski South Harbour. Petroleum product transit has concentrated into the Muuga Harbour that has three major terminals engaged storage and transhipment of liquid bulk: Liwathon E.O.S., Vesta Terminal Tallinn, and Olerex Terminal. In addition to these three operators, the Muuga Harbour also hosts terminals of Neste Estonia and Nynas. The area of activities of these companies is slightly different. Neste Estonia is involved in import, storage and whole sale of petroleum products and Nynas is handling the import and marketing of bitumen, bitumen oils, and fluxed bitumen emulsion. Alexela Terminal and Baltic Oil Service handle the petroleum products in the Paldiski South Harbour.