COVID-19 INSTRUCTIONS

The Port of Turku has prepared for preventing the spreading of the coronavirus. The Port follows the instructions of various authorities and those of the City of Turku. In order to prevent the coronavirus from spreading the following measures are in effect until further notice.

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Turku and shipping companies consider three alternative locations for the passenger terminal

The City of Turku, Port of Turku Ltd and shipping companies Silja Line and Viking Line …

Harbour Master Kari Riutta in Memoriam

The Port of Turku received an unexpected piece of tragic news on Thursday, 2 April 2020. …

Port of Turku Ltd Environmental Report 2019 published

Port of Turku publishes annually an environmental report, which describes the most significant environmental impacts caused …

Port of Turku Ltd’s Annual Report 2019 has been published

The operations of Port of Turku Ltd continued steadily in 2019 in line with the general …

Coronavirus counseling for travelers arriving in Finland at the passenger terminals

Information points will be set up at the passenger terminals in the Port of Turku during …

Business-oriented development of the customer experience

We recently commissioned a customer survey conducted by Corporate Spirit Oy which aimed at identifying the …

New ship connection from Turku to Rotterdam

Mann Lines Oy is opening a new, much requested ro-ro connection from Turku to Europe’s biggest …

Come and meet us at NaviGate 2020

NaviGate will be held from 22 to 23 January at the Turku Fair Center. The event …

Port’s all-rounder is always ready for something new

Customer Service Secretary Hanna Maunu has worked at the service of the Port of Turku for …

Expert of safe port operations

Teemu Aaltonen, Harbour Master of the Port of Turku, decided already in upper secondary school to …