Rauanheimo is a leading port operator that has grown rapidly in the past few years. The secret behind our growth is our long experience and strong investment capacity.

We now operate in all major ports in Finland, and continuously look for business opportunities in new locations, all the while investing in our current ports.

In logistics, efficiency is at the core of everything, and therefore our business concept is to customise cost-efficient solutions for our customers. Our aim is to always create efficient supply chains from an overall perspective. This is possible thanks to our wide selection of services. Our services include, among others, added-value services, warehousing and industrial goods handling.

Thanks to our rapid growth, Rauanheimo is today Finland’s largest actor in Russian transit traffic. We are also the national leader in dry bulk handling in the ports.

Key Figures 2020 (forecast)

115

Turnover MEUR

40

Investments MEUR

220

Personnel

8

Ports

350

Railway wagons / day

A heavily growing company with a long history

2019: Rauanheimo sets up operations in Koverhar Port in Hanko

2018: Operations are set up in Pori, Oulu and Mussalo

2017: Office opened in Moscow and operations set up in Loviisa

2016: Rauanheimo sets up operations in Vuosaari Port in Helsinki

2014: Rauanheimo makes a long-term record agreement with a large customer in Moscow

2012: Rauanheimo starts expanding heavily – the first ports, where operations are set up outside Kokkola are Hamina and Halla

2006: Rauanheimo makes record-sized investments in new machinery, mainly for the growing bulk traffic in Kokkola

2005: The all-weather terminal is built at Rauanheimo’s home port in Kokkola

2004: The transit traffic from Russia starts fully operating

2001: Rauanheimo becomes a part of KWH Group

The 1980s: Company ownership is restructured, the Port of Kokkola is expanded and deepened

1945: The company M. Rauanheimo Oy commences business in the Port of Kokkola after the war, having retreated from Petsamo. Over time, Rauanheimo is merged with Otto Rodén.

1884: The company Otto Rodén commences its stevedoring business in the Port of Kokkola. The natural deep bay makes Kokkola an important port city – a position the city has kept to this day.