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SA-TU Logistics plans new terminal at Vuosaari

SA-TU Logistics and the Port of Helsinki have signed a Letter of Intent regarding the leasing of an area a little over 1-ha in size in the logistics area of Vuosaari Harbour.

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SA-TU Logistics said it will start planning the first phase of the investment immediately. According to the preliminary plan, the area will have two separate terminals and a total of approximately 4,000 m2 of new space. A 70t overhead crane is planned for the second terminal.

 

“The Port of Helsinki and SA-TU Logistics have worked in close cooperation since the beginning of operations at Vuosaari Harbour,” said Jukka Kallio, the harbour’s cargo traffic director. “The Letter of Intent further strengthens the position of Vuosaari in industrial transport.”

 

The new terminal will primarily focus on processing various steels, projects and other similar industrial goods, their short-term storage, and loading containers intended for export and unloading containers intended for import.

 

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