Port of Tallinn

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Port of Tallinn (Tallinna Sadam)
Type State-owned company
Industry Port authority
Founded 1992
Headquarters Tallinn, Estonia
Number of locations 5
Key people Ain Kaljurand (CEO)
Revenue EUR 102.2 million (2013)
Net income EUR 39.6 million (2013)
Employees 265 (2014)
Website portoftallinn.com

Port of Tallinn (Estonian: Tallinna Sadam) is the biggest port authority in Estonia. Taking into account both cargo and passenger traffic, it is one of the largest port enterprises of the Baltic Sea. Port of Tallinn is a state-owned company managing five constituent ports (two of them in Tallinn):

  • Old City Harbour (Vanasadam) – the main passenger harbour in Estonia; located in the centre of Tallinn; one of the busiest passenger ports of the Baltic Sea
  • Muuga Harbour – the largest cargo harbour in Estonia, located in Maardu, 13 km northeast of Tallinn city centre
  • Paldiski South Harbour – a cargo harbour in Paldiski, 40 km west from Tallinn
  • Paljassaare Harbour – a small cargo harbour a few kilometres northwest of Tallinn city centre in Paljassaare
  • Saaremaa Harbour – a passenger harbour on the island of Saaremaa, in Ninase


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