Port of Kokkola

The Port of Kokkola is a cargo port located in the city of Kokkola, on the west coast of Finland and the eastern shore of the Bothnian Bay.

Port of Kokkola
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Port of Kokkola deepwater harbour
Native name
Kokkolan satamaKarleby hamn
Coordinates63°51′20″N 23°00′50″E / 63.855556°N 23.013889°E / 63.855556; 23.013889Coordinates: 63°51′20″N 23°00′50″E / 63.855556°N 23.013889°E / 63.855556; 23.013889
Operated byKokkolan Satama Oy
Type of harborcoastal natural
Draft depthmax. 14.0 metres (45.9 ft) depth
Annual cargo tonnagec. 6.7m tons (int'l) (2018)[2]


The port complex consists of three areas:[3]

  • Kantasatama 'core' harbour: containerised and general cargo as well as 'clean' bulk; facilities include a covered 'all-weather-terminal'; 5 quays, total length 692 metres (2,270 ft); depth of fairways 4.0–9.5 metres (13.1–31.2 ft)
  • Hopeakivi harbour: mainly dealing with light bulk cargo; 2 quays, total length 317 metres (1,040 ft); depth 9.5 metres (31 ft)
  • Deepwater harbour: mainly dealing with bulk cargo, accounting for c. 70% of the port's total throughput; 6 quays, total length 1,266 metres (4,154 ft); depth 9.5–14.0 metres (31.2–45.9 ft)

There are also a total of 15 cranes and 79,000 square metres (850,000 sq ft) of warehousing within the complex.[3]

In 2018, the port handled c. 6.7 million tons of international cargo.[2] Of this, c. 77% was exports, making Kokkola the fourth-largest export port in Finland, by tonnage.[2]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "UN/LOCODE - Finland". United Nations. Retrieved 2 October 2020.
  2. ^ a b c "Traficom International Maritime Statistics 2019" (PDF). Traficom.fi (in Finnish). Finnish Transport and Communications Agency. Retrieved 1 October 2020.
  3. ^ a b "The port of three ports - Port of Kokkola". PortOfKokkola.fi. Retrieved 1 October 2020.

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