The Port of Turku brochures and guides provide information on the services and activities of the Port. All brochures and guides are available for downloading and printing in pdf format. Some of the publications can also be found in electronic form in Issuu.

Annual report 2023

Port of Turku Ltd’s tenth operating year as a limited liability company was financially favourable although the conditions remained challenging. In spite of the general economic recession and the global crises of recent years the Port’s operating result was slightly higher than expected. The magnitude of the company’s turnover remained at the same level as before, and the operating profit improved, which indicates that the Port has quickly adapted to the new conditions. As part of that adaptation, change negotiations were carried out in the Administrative Department in January 2023.

Annual report in pdf format

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Environmental report 2023

The location of the Port of Turku at the heart of the sensitive nature of the Baltic Sea requires continuous follow-up of environmental impacts and prevention of adverse effects. Individual measures for improving the Port’s environmental issues and minimising the environmental impacts are determined in the Port’s environmental programme, which works in the same direction according to the city’s climate plan; the goal is a carbon-neutral Turku.

Environmental report in pdf format

Port of Turku vision 2025

Our core task is to ensure that passengers and cargo are carried from port to port on time, safely, flexibly and efficiently. With continuous renewal, and with continuously improving competitiveness. We develop new solutions for enhancing vessel traffic and thus making the route via Turku even more profitable.

We aim at that e.g. by building a joint passenger terminal and by reorganising the vehicle traffic and parking arrangements in the terminal area and the functionality of the port area on the whole.

Port of Turku vision 2025 in pdf format

Safetyguide – Port of Turku

The safety measures of the Port of Turku aim at preventing personal injuries and damage to property. See instructions for safe use of port services.

Safetyguide in pdf format

Trade and seafaring – Port of Turku 860 years

Turku was known as a lively trading post as early as the Iron Age, when Baltic, Swedish and Novgorodian merchant ships sailed to the banks of the River Aura to trade goods. Turku became one of the key ports in the Baltic Sea in the 13th century when the cogs of Hanseatic traders dominated the view in the river harbour.

Trade and seafaring – Port of Turku 860 years in pdf format

Cruise destination Turku (made in cooperation with Visit Turku)

Turku, a pearl of the Baltic, is Finland’s number one summer destination. Bisecting Turku city centre, the river Aura flows through the most beautiful cityscape; past great restaurants, cafes bursting with atmosphere, perceptive works of city art as well as fascinating museums.
Turku is a particularly fitting cruise destination – it is, after all, the place where the world’s largest cruise ships are built.

Cruise destination Turku in pdf format

Turku Cruise Port

The Port of Turku is Finland’s gateway to Scandinavia. It is in a sheltered location on the southwestern coast, where the river Aura meets Turku archipelago sea. Arriving in Turku through the spectacular archipelago with around 20,000 islands is an unforgettable experience.

Turku cruise Port in pdf format

Aija Kallio

Marketing Coordinator

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