Port of Tallinn
Number of locations
|Valdo Kalm (CEO)|
|Revenue||€113.77 million (2014)|
|€38.33 million (2014)|
|Owner||Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications (0.6703)|
Number of employees
- Tallinn Passenger Port / 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
On 29 September 2017 at the EU Digital Summit in Tallinn, a partnership of Ericsson, Intel and Telia Estonia announced that they had implemented the first live public 5G network in Europe at the Tallinn Passenger Port to connect with Tallink cruise ships at the port.
In 2018 the company was listed in Tallinn Stock Exchange. It was the first time in nearly 20 years in Estonia when a state-owned company went public in Estonia. It was also the 2nd largest IPO in Nasdaq Tallinn in the number of retail investors participating. The Republic of Estonia remains as the largest shareholder and holds 67% of the company.
- "100 Eesti suurimat ettevõtet" (in Estonian). Postimees.
- "5G goes live in the Port of Tallinn". Ericsson. 29 September 2017. Retrieved 1 November 2017.
- "Port of Tallinn surges nearly 20% minutes after trading begins" ERR, 13 June 2018.
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