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Finnish Port Association represents the interests of its members in Finland
and abroad.


Finnish Port Association

The Finnish Port Association is the central organisation for municipal and private ports that was founded in 1923. The Association has 31 members.

Finnish ports hold a key position in Finnish foreign trade, of which over 80 % is exported through ports.



The Finnish Port Association publishes both annual and monthly statistics from member ports and information received from the Finnish Transport Agency.


Annaleena Mäkilä's article in Baltic Rim Economies 2/2016

1,1MB, updated on Jun 28th 2016

The Finnish Maritime Cluster has Good Views towards the Year 2020

The Finnish maritime cluster is an entity which is formed by numerous maritime businesses and organisations. The core of the maritime cluster consists of marine industries, shipping and shipping related businesses as well as port functions (ports and port operators). A new study called Finnish Maritime Cluster 2020 has been carried out by the Brahea Centre and the Turku School of Economics at the University of Turku and coordinated by Meriliitto.
The Finnish Maritime Cluster
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Meeting with Transport Commissioner Bulc 19.1.2015

ESPO 1 2015
ESPO representatives, (L) Vice Chair Eamonn O’Reilly, Chairman Santiago Garcia-Milà, Secretary General, Isabelle Ryckbost and Vice Chair Annaleena Mäkilä, meet with the European Commisioner for Transport, Violeta Bulc, (R, centre).

ESPO Annual Report 2014/2015

ESPO Annual Report 2014/2015
3,4MB, updated on Nov 23rd 2015

IAPH Annual Report 2014-2015

IAPH Annual Report
3,1MB, updated on Jun 28th 2016