Port of Tallinn Industrial Parks
Port of Tallinn industrial parks:Muuga Industrial Park is located in Muuga Harbour, the largest and deepest cargo harbour in Estonia. The total area of the industrial park is 75 ha.Muuga Industrial Park is an ideal location for warehousing and distribution services providers and commodities producers whose target market is the Eastern Baltic region, including Russian Federation. The Industrial Park is also suitable for businesses producing EU commodities from Russian raw materials.The industrial park's location in the port area next to the container, general cargo and other modern terminals enables the businesses to significantly reduce transport costs. Paldiski South Harbour Industrial Park is located 45 km west of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The total area of the industrial park is 21 ha.With direct connection to many Western European ports, Paldiski South Harbour has become an important stop for the Baltic Sea Ro-Ro shipping lines.This generates excellent possibilities for the future clients of the industrial park to transport the production/raw material promptly and safely.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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2 3 Estonia in a nutshell 4 Estonia: Distances 4 Estonia: Business Environment 5 Estonia: Position 5 Port of Tallinn 6 Port of Tallinn harbours 8 Muuga Harbour 10 NORWAY Muuga Industrial Park 12 TALLINN Paldiski South Harbour 14 ESTONIA Paldiski South Harbour UK LATVIA Industrial Park 16 LITHUANIA Why choose industrial parks of the Port of Tallinn? 18 Contact 19 This booklet is subject to alteration. Up to date information always available on www.portoftallinn.com. Port of Tallinn • Industrial Parks www.portoftallinn.com
4 5 ESTONIA IN A NUTSHELL Business Environment POSITION Official Name: Republic of Estonia Estonia is a country located at the heart of the Baltic Historically the Baltic Sea region has acted as a major Government: Parliamentary Republic Sea Region - Europe’s fastest-growing market of transport corridor both in itself and for the rest of the Head of State: President more than 90 million people. It is a country described world: during the Middle Ages the Hanseatic League, Area: 45,227 square km by political and economic stability, accessibility, ease uniting towns around the Baltic Sea, formed the most and low cost of doing business, and investor equality. dominating trading bloc in the world. Estonia has Population: 1,342 million been a transit gateway for the east-west as well as the (As of 01.01.2007) Estonian business life has largely reoriented toward north-south connections for ages. Population Within: the West instead of the East, and today the business 24h Serving Area: 90 million people regulations are less rigid than in the neighbouring With its location on the east coast of the Baltic Sea, Nordic countries. Estonia is ideally placed for cargo transshipments National Currency: EURO between the East and West. since 01.01.2011 The Estonian cost level is gradually converging with the surrounding EU, but still there are meaningful Timezone: GMT +2 hours differences. On average, Estonian wages are about Main trade corridors and markets served: a third of those in Sweden or Finland, but maybe Estonia is a member state of NATO and more importantly, wages are very market sensitive. the European Union. Therefore, the spread between high and low income earners is substantially wider in Estonia than in the neighbouring Nordic countries. Delivery Size of the market Estonian taxes are low and simple. There is a general Distances flat income tax (currently 21 percent) which applies time (inhabitants) to private individuals’ earnings whether out of work or capital. There is no corporate profit tax, instead 24 h 90 million Roll North – Roll South the flat 21 percent tax is withheld when profits are 48 h 100 million distributed, e.g. as dividends, to the owners of the 72 h 450 million Tallinn – Helsinki 43 nautical miles* company. Estonia’s value-added tax rate is 20%. Tallinn – Riga 310 km Tallinn – Vilnius 600 km According to German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce Tallinn – Warsaw 968 km business survey 2009, Estonia is the second most Tallinn – Kiev 1,334 km attractive business location in Europe for German Tallinn – Rome 3,010 km businesses after Germany itself. Tallinn – Barcelona 3,010 km * intermodally Sail West – Sail East Tallinn – Stockholm 217 nautical miles Tallinn – Rostock 558 nautical miles 72 h Tallinn – Hamburg 1,038 nautical miles Tallinn – Rotterdam 1,137 nautical miles 48 h Tallinn – Felixstowe 1,159 nautical miles 24 h Tallinn – Zeebrugge 1,180 nautical miles Tallinn – Antwerp 1,233 nautical miles Tallinn – Le Havre 1,327 nautical miles Rail West – Rail East Tallinn – St.Petersburg 370 km Tallinn – Moscow 964 km Tallinn – Almaty 4,978 km Tallinn – Beijing 8,831 km Port of Tallinn • Industrial Parks www.portoftallinn.com
6 Road network Free zone In terms of density and quality, Estonian road network Muuga Harbour has a free zone status. This means can be compared to that of the Nordic countries. no custom procedures within the zone and simplified Main routes connect Estonia with Russia (St. procedures for transit. Petersburg region and Moscow) in the east and with Port of Tallinn is the largest port authority in Estonia and as far as both cargo and passenger traffic are Latvia in the south. Via Baltica connects Central and Land availability taken into account, the biggest port on the shores of the Baltic Sea. Northern Europe with the Baltics. Port of Tallinn is a state-owned limited liability company operating as a landlord type of port. It is maintaining and developing In terms of land availability for extension, Port of the infrastructure of the port and leasing territories to terminal operators through long term building titles giving the Ideal natural conditions Tallinn possesses the greatest development potential in the entire region. operators an incentive to invest into superstructure and technology. All five harbours of the Port of Tallinn are practically ice-free, 100% navigable all the year round and easily approachable with depths of up to 18 meters enabling Competitive prices Port of Tallinn consists of five Good hinterland connections them to receive all vessels able to pass the Danish constituent harbours: Straits. Port of Tallinn has the best quality and price ratio in the Baltic Sea region with clear and easy pricing. Old City Harbour: Port of Tallinn is well integrated into the road and rail network with links heading east, west and south Well–developed infrastructure passengers (regular lines, pleasure crafts and cruise ships), Ro-Ro through Estonia. European service standard Companies operating in the port are equipped Estonian-Russian border is only ca 270 km from with modern infrastructure, superstructure and Muuga Harbour: Paldiski South Harbour and ca 220 km from Muuga Port community’s companies offer 24 / 7 a wide containers, dry bulk (fertilizers, coal, grain, scrap technology – there are deep-water berths, secure variety of services related to cargo handling and Harbour by railway. Estonia’s railway system is directly metal, etc), liquid bulk, general cargo, Ro-Ro connected to the Russian ones and to those of other warehouses (including cold stores), open storage marine business, reaching the highest EU level service CIS countries. areas, free zone, new equipment and machinery and and quality standards. Paldiski South Harbour: easily accessible rail and road links at their disposal. All major European and global logistics companies are general cargo, dry bulk, liquid bulk, Ro-Ro The only regular container block train to Moscow in presented in Estonia. Baltic States and Finland connects Muuga Container Customs clearance is performed 24/7. Paljassaare Harbour: Terminal with Moscow on frequent basis. Highest quality and environmental concern General cargo, dry bulk, liquid bulk Lloyds Register Quality Assurance and Bureau Saaremaa Harbour: Veritas Certification have declared the management passengers (cruise ships and system of Port of Tallinn to be in full compliance Regular sea connections: MUUGA HARBOUR: pleasure crafts) with the requirements of the international quality PALJASSAARE HARBOUR: 59˚30’ N, 24˚58’ E There are frequent scheduled 59˚27’ N, 24˚42’ E management standard ISO 9001:2000 and the passenger and cargo ferry links environmental management system standard ISO from Port of Tallinn to the Baltic 14001:2004 enabling to ensure the well-being of all Sea and the North Sea. Both OLD CITY HARBOUR : 59˚26’ N, 24˚46’ E its clients and the surrounding society. feeder services and ocean going PALDISKI SOUTH HARBOUR: 59˚20’ N, 24˚05’ E vessels are hosted. Focus on safety All port facilities have security plans approved by the national maritime authority and are compliant with ISPS requirements. Ro-Ro lines Rauma Uusikaupunki Kotka Container lines Gäevle Hamina Kapellskär SAAREMAA HARBOUR: 58˚32,4’N, 22˚14,4’ E Paldiski Södertälje Esbjerg Klaipeda Gdynia Immingham ESTONIA: BETWEEN 57.31’ AND 59.49’ N. BETWEEN 21.46’ AND 28.13’ E. Sheerness Terneuzen Main trade corridors and markets served Port of Tallinn • Industrial Parks www.portoftallinn.com
8 9 PORT OF TALLINN HARBOURS Muuga Harbour Old City Harbour Paljassaare Harbour Modern marina in the very heart of Tallinn, sheltered from strong winds and waves. Located in the city centre, within walking distance from Old City Harbour is one of the biggest and busiest Muuga Harbour is the biggest cargo everything a seaborne traveller might need. passenger harbours in the Baltic region. It is also harbour in Estonia and specialized on the biggest passenger harbour for both Port of Tallinn handling transit origin goods. and Estonia. Paljassaare Harbour is situated approximately 6 kilometres from the Tallinn city centre. It is one of the most sheltered harbours in Estonia in terms of winds and waves. Old City Marina Due to its favourable geographical location, Saaremaa Harbour has potential to host Paldiski South Harbour is the Port of Tallinn´s second cargo harbour. regional cruises and also to develop regular passenger lines between Scandinavia and The core activity of the harbour is focused on the handling of Estonian Saaremaa Island. The natural depth of the harbour location is sufficient for receiving the export and import cargo and transit cargo. biggest cruise ships sailing in the Baltic Sea. Paldiski South Harbour Saaremaa Harbour Port of Tallinn • Industrial Parks www.portoftallinn.com
10 11 MUUGA HARBOUR Muuga Harbour is the biggest cargo harbour in Estonia and specialized on handling transit origin ha goods. It is the main cargo harbour for Port of Tallinn 20 and locates ca 17 km east of Tallinn. The cargo volume handled accounts for around 80% of the total cargo volume of Port of Tallinn and approximately 90% of the transit cargo volume passing through Estonia. The cargo loaded in Muuga Harbour includes crude oil and oil products, dry bulk (mostly fertilizers, grain and coal), containers, ro-ro and general cargo. Ortofoto Muuga Harbour is re among the deepest str er tu fra in uc in nta (up to 18 m) and most al o in c modern ports in the m New Baltic Sea region. r te Tallinn Airport 20 min. Tallinn - St. Petersburg Road 5 min. An extensive free zone in Muuga Harbour grants more flexible customs procedures for companies rendering transit and distribution services. Simplified customs procedures, easy transfer of ownership rights and additional value operations allowed in the zone are designed to foster the development of distribution centres. No import VAT is applied to goods imported temporarily to be processed and exported in due time from Estonia. In terms of land availability In du for extension, Muuga str 55 Harbour possesses the ia ha lp greatest development ar potential in the whole ka re region. a See: portoftallinn.com/muuga-harbour Port of Tallinn • Industrial Parks www.portoftallinn.com
12 13 MUUGA INDUSTRIAL PARK See: portoftallinn.com/muuga-industrial-park Muuga Industrial Park is located in Muuga Harbour, Terminal area and quayline Muuga Industrial Park’s location under construction the largest and deepest cargo harbour in Estonia. The total area of the industrial park is 75 ha. within the port’s free zone enables: Access road (under construction) swift movement of cargo between industrial park The port has prepared approximately 50 ha of plots with the size of 0.3-21 ha for its potential clients. and terminals; Plot borders and size can be changed according to the substantial cost effect by limiting customs INDUSTRIAL PARK AREA need of operators. Plot formation expenses shall be procedures and avoiding customs securities; 55 ha born by Port of Tallinn. synergy between different add value centers located in the harbor area Muuga Industrial Park can offer the following: Muuga Industrial Park is an ideal location for warehousing and distribution services providers Good location, immediate closeness of the harbour; and commodities producers whose target market Good access to berths and terminal; is the Eastern Baltic region, including Russian Good access from main roads (Peterburi road, Federation. The Industrial Park is also suitable Tallinna circuit); Great connection with other countries by sea, rail, for businesses producing EU commodities from as well as mainland; Russian raw materials. Long-term land use contracts and reliable partner – state enterprise AS Tallinna Sadam. The location in the port area next to the container, Location within the free zone. general cargo and other modern terminals enables the businesses to significantly reduce transport costs. The industrial park has all necessary Additional value can be created by using the communications up to plot borders: commodities handled in the harbor as an input to the production (metals, galvanizing plant, fertilizers, chemicals, etc. Water supply and sewerage – piping has been installed and the connection is available at the border of the the plot. Gas supply – gas pipage has been constructed to the plot border by gas provider (AS Eesti Gaas Võrguteenus) and the owner of the plot shall in accordance with the necessary capacity compensate the connection fee paid to AS Eesti Gaas by AS Tallinna To lease the industrial park areas Sadam. to its clients the Port Authority concludes a long term (up to 99 years) Power supply – connection with the power network in accordance with the capacity installed to the plot building title agreements. Building shall be constructed for a connection fee. title gives the lessee a possession of the land but is also a transferable Telecommunications – communication installed right for a specified term to own a to the border of the plot (specific communication construction permanently attached connections shall be constructed by AS Elion to the immovable. Ettevõtted in accordance with the specific needs of the plot at the expense of the plot owner). Port of Tallinn • Industrial Parks www.portoftallinn.com
14 15 PALDISKI SOUTH HARBOUR Paldiski South Harbour, the Port of Tallinn´s second cargo harbour, is located 45 km west of Tallinn. The core activity of the harbour is focused on the handling of Estonian export and import cargo and transit cargo. Mainly ro-ro cargo, Ortofoto scrap metal, containers, timber, peat and oil products are handled there. Developing fields of activity include transit of new cars for neighboring markets and pre-sale service. Port of Tallinn has the widest network of Ro-Ro lines in the Baltic States with the connection with ports situated in Finland, Sweden, Russia, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and UK. Paldiski South Harbour has been successfully developed over the past few years. Due to the harbour’s develop- Industrial ment potential, remarkable park area proportion of the port’s 21 ha investments goes to Paldiski. The currently ongoing developments include construction of new quays and enlargement of car terminal areas. Also in the development of this harbour, the zoning of the harbour area principle is applied, based on which the dry cargo and break bulk will be contained in the western part of the harbour. The eastern area 10 ha is reserved for so called “clean storage” terminals for cars and biodiesel. Tallinn See: portoftallinn.com/paldiski-south-harbour Port of Tallinn • Industrial Parks www.portoftallinn.com
16 17 PALDISKI SOUTH HARBOUR INDUSTRIAL PARK Paldiski South Harbour Industrial Park is located See: portoftallinn.com/paldiski-industrial-park Developments 45 km west of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The total area of the industrial park is 21 ha. With direct connection to many Western European Developments ports, Paldiski South Harbour has become an important stop for the Baltic Sea Ro-Ro shipping lines. INDUSTRIAL PARK AREA This generates excellent possibilities for the future 21 ha clients of the industrial park to transport the production/raw material promptly and safely. NEW CAR TERMINAL AREA 10 ha Due to its growth potential, a significant part of the investments of the Port of Tallinn investments is directed towards the development of the Paldiski Harbour and adjacent land units. Together with the port area, an additional 21 ha of industrial park area bordering the harbour is being developed. Paldiski South Harbour Industrial Park is an ideal location for warehousing and distribution services providers and commodities producer Paldiski South Harbour Industrial Park swhose target market is the Eastern Baltic can offer the following: region, including Russian Federation. The Industrial Park is also suitable for businesses Good location, immediate closeness of the harbour; producing EU commodities from Russian raw Good access to berths and terminal; materials. Good access from main roads (Peterburi road, Tallinna circuit); The location in the port area next to the car and Great connection with other countries by sea, rail, other ro-ro terminals enables the businesses to as well as mainland; significantly reduce transport costs. Long-term land use contracts and reliable partner – state enterprise AS Tallinna Sadam. Potential to be included in the free zone in the future. Development plans: To lease the industrial park areas In the recent years, the Port of Tallinn has acquired to its clients the Port Authority new land units adjacent to the port in the area concludes a long term (up to 99 years) between the road and the railway leading to Tallinn, building title agreements. Building in the purpose of employing these as a distribution title gives the lessee a possession terminal for the cargo passing through the harbour of the land but is also a transferable and/or for the processing-production (industrial park) right for a specified term to own a of such goods. construction permanently attached The area will be developed, building public roads and to the immovable. utilities e.g. connection to the utility networks will be provided. Port of Tallinn • Industrial Parks www.portoftallinn.com
18 19 WHY CHOOSE INDUSTRIAL PARKS OF THE PORT OF TALLINN? Port industry with centuries of experience at the crossroads of busy trade routes Frequent and wide-spread sea, rail and road connections Port of Tallinn is the largest and deepest (18 m of depth) port of the Baltic Sea Most efficient and modern terminals in Simple, transparent and reliable business the region environment Plenty of development area for Ideal location in the centre of Europe’s distribution, value added services and fastest growing markets production European quality standards merged with Well-developed infrastructure and Estonian liberal economic environment and services cost advantages Industrial park’s location inside port Long-term concessions Estonia is ranked among the top 25 out of all countries in the Ease of Doing Business Free-zone index by The World Bank Group. Low costs Port of Tallinn Sadama 25, 15051 Tallinn Phone: (372) 6 318 555 Fax: (372) 6 318 166 E-mail: email@example.com www.portoftallinn.com Old City Harbour, Tallinn Port of Tallinn • Industrial Parks www.portoftallinn.com