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The quickest sea route for cargo between Finland and Sweden
The Port of Naantali offers excellent road connections for the cargo transports by providing uncongested connections to the key transport routes in Finland, e.g. to motorway E18 via the Helsinki metropolitan area to Russia, and highway 8 along Finland`s West coast.
The Port is an important link in the logistics chain of the Baltic Sea, which role is emphasized by its inclusion in the TEN-T traffic Network, which covers the whole of Europe.
The TENT-T core Network links the Port of Naantali to both the Nordic Triangle and the Motorvay of the Baltic Sea. The Port of Naantali is defined one of the four TENT-T core ports in Finland.
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New traffic arrangements in the port of Naantali – starting June 4th 2020
The Port of Naantali has designed the new traffic arrangements which goal is to ensure more safety for customers driving in the port area. The Port of Naantali is putting into effect the new traffic arrangements, starting June 4 2020. The way to check in for Finnlines´s Freight and Passenger will be changed.
FINNLINES FREIGHT TRAFFIC
Entrance to the port will be via Järveläntie main gate as before, turn after rail direct to the left to Satamatie and then right to the Freight check in area. The check in for freight will be in the Finnlines Freight Check in building in the sea side. Please follow the new traffic signs and marked traffic lines at the port area.
FINNLINES PASSENGER TRAFFIC
Entrance to the port and terminal will be via Järveläntie main gate as before, turn after rail direct to the left to Satamatie and then right. The check in for passengers is on the right line in the passenger check in area. Please follow the new traffic signs and marked lines at the port area.
REDERI AB LILLGAARD TRAFFIC (FJÄRDVÄGEN)
Entrance to the m/s Fjärdvägen will be via Järveläntie main gate as before, turn after rail direct to the left to Satamatie and drive direct to the berth no 20.