Finnlines to gain from additional berth capacity at the Port of Naantali
The Port of Naantali has started a construction work to extend an existing quay from 178 metres to 228 metres in order to create additional vessel handling infrastructure.
This will support Finnlines’ plans to expand its traffic between Finland, Åland and Sweden enabling Finnlines larger vessels to enter the port, the company said in its press release.
The construction work has started in September 2017 and the works are scheduled to be completed by the end of April 2018.
Finnlines can expand its traffic between Finland, Åland and Sweden and ensure more efficient use of the harbour.
According to the Port of Naantali the ongoing port investment programme will amount to approximately EUR 4 million.
The Port of Kapellskär in Sweden has also been expanded and now has five modern quay-berths.
Finnlines is a leading shipping operator of ro-ro and passenger services in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. The company is a part of the Grimaldi Group, one of the world’s largest operators of ro-ro vessels and the largest operator of the Motorways of the Sea in Europe for both passengers and freight. This affiliation enables Finnlines to offer liner services to and from any destination in the Mediterranean, West Africa as well as the Atlantic coast of both North and South America.