The Port of HaminaKotka is the biggest universal port in Finland. Our location on the border between the European Union and Russia provides a unique route all the way to Central Asia and China. This creates an excellent operating environment for international trade and industry.
Around 2,600 ships call at HaminaKotka yearly, berthing at dedicated quays for ro-ro, ferry and cruise vessels, container operations as well as dry bulk, liquid cargo and non-unitized forest products.
The port in Hamina spans over 320 ha (with a further 200 ha approved for port use). The port has a total of 3.2 km of quays, on which terminals for ro-ro traffic (seven ramps), handling boxes (three STS cranes, 0.5 mln TEU of annual capacity), forest products and liquid cargo (i.e. LPG terminal) are located. All of Hamina's berths are rail linked and the port has over 40 km of rail tracks. Additionally, there are 470,000 sqm of covered and open space for storage as well as approx. 830,000 sqm for storing liquid bulk. The maximal draught is 12 m.
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