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Acting as an excellent import and export harbour for industries within the Barents Region, the Port of Kemi, in Finland, offers the fastest route to the northern areas of Finland, Sweden, Norway and the Murmansk area in Russia

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The port of Karmsund has always played a vital role for large parts of the industry in southwestern Norway. It offers customers access to a wide range of facilities, and so whether they want to establish a business, rent space, place a boat in storage or use one of Karmsund’s harbour sections, the organisation will work hard to meet their needs.

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Located in Falmouth, A&P’s port boasts one of the world’s largest natural deep-water harbours

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Sölvesborgs Stuveri & Hamn (SBG Port) is the organisation for a harbour and dock located on Sweden’s eastern coast, near the Baltic Sea

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Based in the English port town of Falmouth, known for its deep natural harbour, A&P Falmouth is a ship repair and conversion yard encompassing much of the town’s dock facilities

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With its fleet of 11 modern ASD and four conventional tugboats, PKL is an international tugboat company specialising in harbour and sea towage in various ports located across Estonia, Latvia and Finland

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URS provides harbour towage throughout Antwerp, Zeebrugge, and the combined regions of Ghent, Flushing and Terneuzen

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Located on Jutland peninsula of northern Denmark, the Port (Havn) of Hirtshals has a history dating back to 1st December 1929, when the harbour was recognised for its key location at the mouth of the Skagerrak

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The Port of Pori, situated on the west coast of Finland, has a long history. It is this year celebrating its 230th anniversary as an established naval port, having remained one of the country’s most important harbours throughout its history

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