ENERGY EFFICIENT PORT LOGISTICS FOR EVERY DEPARTURE
The three ports of Pori form a maritime logistics center that serves as a growth platform for business. Easily navigable fairways to the Baltic Sea and to the world, excellent road and railway connections, and a location in the middle of a developing industrial and logistics area provide a framework for international business.
In the Port of Mäntyluoto, two Liebherr LHM 550 cranes ensure the smooth processing of oversize and heavy cargo. The combined lifting capacity is 280 ton (250 ton aboard). In addition to heavy lifting projects, Mäntyluoto handles container, lumber and concentrate traffic. The deep-water port of Tahkoluoto, which specializes in bulk transport, is a major transit traffic hub port, with its undisputed strength being a new bulk terminal and a 15.3-meter deep fairway. These make it possible to receive cape-sized vessels and handle challenging dry bulk products. The Tahkoluoto oil and chemical port has the capacity to handle hazardous substances safely. Everything is done in accordance with the principles of environmental friendliness and sustainable development.
SPACE FOR GROWTH
There is space to grow and develop in the port environment of Pori. More than 200 hectares of land from the port area are available for new operations. In addition, there are areas in the vicinity of the port that provide an excellent base for industry, logistics and trade. A well-functioning infrastructure and the use of alternative energies, such as LNG, guarantee good business conditions.
DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT FOR MARITIME LOGISTICS
The ports of Pori offer an excellent development environment for a wide range of businesses. Tahkoluoto has served as a test environment for offshore wind power built in icy conditions, and today the area is home to the world's first offshore wind farm that can withstand Arctic conditions. From Mäntyluoto shipyard, the world's largest offshore structures have been delivered worldwide.The city and the harbour are planning a 5G private network for testing and piloting in the the area. Digitalization and traditional shipping meet at the Port of Pori.