On October 28, we signed a letter of intent with the Port of Gdynia aimed at increasing passenger and cargo flows between the ports of Turku and Gdynia and striving to share knowledge and experience in this area.
Erik Söderholm, M.Sc. (Econ.), has been appointed the Managing Director of Port of Turku Ltd. He is taking over the position from the longest standing Managing Director of the Port Turku Christian Ramberg who retired on pension at the beginning of October 2019. Erik Söderholm will start in his new post on 1 December 2019.
Our goal is to serve the port area operators and their customers now and in the future. With digitalization, maintaining the level of service requires finding the best network solutions for the future.
Long-time Managing Director of the Port of Turku Christian Ramberg retired on pension at the end of September. Ramberg has been the port manager since 2000. Ramberg was at the helm of the Port of Turku since the year 2000, and during that time a number of notable reforms were implemented in the Port, and … Read more
The international cruise season in Turku will welcome three larger cruise vessels and a number of private yachts. The season will be opened by m/s Serenissima arriving from Stockholm on 7 July. Serenissima is an expedition cruise vessel accomodating 100 guests, and can navigate as far away as the south and the north poles.
The Port of Turku Ltd and Cavotec Finland Oy signed contract to purchase automooring equipment yesterday. The automooring system is used to develop the speed and efficiency of the stay of ships in the port, the management of environmental impacts of vessel traffic, and occupational safety of personnel.
The kick-off meeting of SecurePax project was held today in the port of Turku. The meeting was divided in two parts; the first was a discussion about the roles and tasks of project partners, accounting, reporting and payment requirements, as well as communication and visibility.
Photo: Messe München This year’s transport logistic is being held from June 4–7 in Munich. We are taking part in the exhibition together with Freja Transport & Logistics, Moonway and Turku Free Zone Company.
The European Union granted nearly 800,000 euros of financing to the Port of Turku’s SecurePax project which aims at enhancing telecommunications and security with a total budget of 1.5 million euros. The financing was granted from the Connecting Europe Facility programme. Other parties in the project in addition to the Port of Turku are Viking … Read more