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The Efficient Flow project funded from the Central Baltic Programme (EU) has reached its final stage. The objectives of the project, which has taken almost three years, included improved and swifter exchange of information between the different operators in the port, savings in time in port operations, shorter waiting times, more efficient use of resources, […]
Port of Rauma was granted in the spring of 2020 a permit to relocate contaminated dredged soil into a specific basin part in the southwest corner of Järviluoto, originally built in the fairway dredging project in 2016–2017.In the fairway project, the basin served as a settling basin to drain away water that accumulated with the […]
The lighting systems in the port of Rauma have undergone a systematic replacement with LED fixtures since 2017. Lighting control has been developed alongside the replacement project, utilising the already previously acquired C2 Smartlight system which allows fixture-specific control. The move to led technology brings about 30% energy savings in port lighting. “The system has been […]
The current stage of the ongoing Petäjäs 4 construction project, implemented by contract winner Terramare Oy, is visible to the outside by a continuous outer embankment. This makes it possible to proceed with the works through the summer without interruptions, in accordance with the permit conditions. “Work has progress well and on schedule, with about 60% […]
Port of Rauma achieved an incredible 2500 days without occupational injuries mark on 27 May 2020. Iisakki Heino, the health and safety representative for Port of Rauma, is proud of the personnel of the entire Group and commented on the achievement as follows: “We have followed an extremely high standard of diligence throughout these years. We […]
Since June, the port and vessel service operations of the Port of Rauma have been handled by Botnia Port Service Oy, which is a subsidiary of the Port of Rauma. Services include, for example, mooring and detaching ships, gate operations and waste management supervision. The new company was transferred to the so-called 10 employees from Rauman Satama Oy as former employees. The CEO of Botnia Port Service Oy is Tanja Angelova, who will also continue as the Administrative Director of Rauman Satama
Speed Oy, which specializes in container transport, opened an office in the Port of Rauma six months ago. For Rauma, the company was attracted by the development of the port and the further increase in traffic.
The project to expand the Rauma port field facilities in Ulko-Petäjäs continues. Phases 2 and 3 of the expansion area have just been completed and the next phase 4 will start in early October. The contract for the Petäjäs 4 project has been signed with Terramare Oy.
MEDLOG S.A. is a logistics services subsidiary of the Swiss MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A., which operates in more than 70 countries and employs about 8,000 people. MSC Logistics Oy is a Finnish subsidiary of Medlog.
We are happy to report that in this autumn’s customer satisfaction survey, 85 percent of the respondents would warmly recommend the Port of Rauma. As many as 60 percent consider the Port of Rauma to be one of the best or best in terms of operating methods. According to our customers, the development has been positive, as compared to the corresponding survey in 2017, the results have continued to improve. Our warm thanks to all the respondents, together we will move forward.
For logistics operators and students, the handbook serves as an excellent source of information on various topics related to port-related logistics. The handbook also serves as a professional business card and information package on Rauma’s flexible logistics services. With the help of the Port Manual, we can take the message to the world about Rauma’s wide offer together. We hope you take advantage of the diverse handbook to suit your needs.
I’m Mika Juhani Numminen, 51-year-old Master of Laws, Master of Laws. The city of Rauma as a lawyer I have been in business since 2011. The port was already familiar to me already and where the managing director of the place opened, it seemed interesting to apply for the service of the Port of Rauma.
On April 16, 2020, the Zero Accident Forum has issued occupational safety level ratings for member workplaces that have invested in the continuous improvement of occupational safety. Rauman Satama Oy reached the Top of the World level like 28 other member jobs.
Metsä Fibre Oy, a company in Metsä Group, has taken the decision to build the world’s most modern sawmill in Rauma. The total value of the investment is approximately 200 million euros. Construction work will start in the spring of 2020.