Port of Kemi

The Port of Kemi is a cargo port in the city of Kemi, Finland, on the northern shore of the Bothnian Bay.

Port of Kemi
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Native name
Kemin satama
Location
CountryFinland
LocationKemi
Coordinates65°39′49″N 24°31′26″E / 65.663544°N 24.524021°E / 65.663544; 24.524021Coordinates: 65°39′49″N 24°31′26″E / 65.663544°N 24.524021°E / 65.663544; 24.524021
UN/LOCODEFI KEM[1]
Details
Operated byKemin Satama Oy
Owned byCity of Kemi[2]
Type of harborcoastal breakwater
Draft depthmax. 11.4 metres (37 ft) depth
Statistics
Annual cargo tonnagec. 1.9m tons (int'l) (2018)[3]
Website
https://www.portofkemi.fi/en/

The port comprises three facilities:[4]

  • Ajos harbour: the main facility at Kemi, handling both containerised and bulk cargo; four piers and 11 berths with RO-RO and side loading; depth 8.7–11.4 metres (29–37 ft)[5]
  • Veitsiluoto harbour: mostly used for the import and export needs of the adjacent Stora Enso papermill; seven berths; depth 6.8 metres (22 ft)[6]
  • Oil terminal: two crude oil, one light fuel oil and one chemicals pipeline

The annual international cargo throughput of the Port of Kemi was c. 1.9 million tons in 2018, consisting of slightly more exports than imports.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "UN/LOCODE - Finland". United Nations. Retrieved 2 October 2020.
  2. ^ "Kemi". ItamerenSatamat.fi (in Finnish). Retrieved 3 October 2020.
  3. ^ a b "Traficom International Maritime Statistics 2019" (PDF). Traficom.fi (in Finnish). Finnish Transport and Communications Agency. Retrieved 3 October 2020.
  4. ^ "Port of Kemi - Kemin Satama". PortOfKemi.fi. Retrieved 3 October 2020.
  5. ^ "Ajos fairway card" (PDF). Vayla.fi (in Finnish). Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency. Retrieved 3 October 2020.
  6. ^ "Veitsiluoto fairway card" (PDF). Vayla.fi (in Finnish). Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency. Retrieved 3 October 2020.

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