The Port of HaminaKotka is located by the cities of Hamina and Kotka on the south coast of Finland. The port is the largest in the country and an important junction between the east and the west. The port’s location at the border between EU and Russia offers companies with international trade a unique route all the way to Asia. The port is also an important age-old junction for the forest industry in Finland.
The Port of HaminaKotka consists of many different parts, each specialised in certain flows of goods. Therefore, the port is generally suited for any type of goods.
Port of HaminaKotka facts
Depth: 8-15.3 metres
Type of goods: All kinds; containers, break bulk, RoRo, bulk cargo and liquid bulk products