Tallinn Port prepares ground for major work


Offshore wind, greater military presence and increased trade have made a €50 million+ port renovation necessary at the Estonian Port of Tallinn.

Around 830,000 cubic metres of sand will be dredged from an area on the northern coast of Hiiumaa to add 10 hectares to the Paldiski South Harbour for a new quay. 

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