Technical data of the Port of Raahe
This page contains information on the drafts of the channel and the dock, wharfs, storage facilities and container stuffing terminals.
10,0 and 8,0 metres
Deep-water quay: two berths and a ro-ro ramp, draught 10.0 metres
SSAB: 6 berths, draught 8.0 and 7.8 metres
Lapaluoto: 3 berths, draught 8.0 metres
Lapaluoto also has a separate waiting quay with cement loading equipment, and a separate tugboat quay.
There are six covered warehouses with a total area of nearly 19,000 m2 and nearly 20 hectares of outdoor storage at Lapaluoto.
There is a 6,000 m2 container stuffing terminal, which was taken into use in September 2012, in Lapaluoto.
It is the first automated container stuffing terminal with fully modernised equipment on the Bothnian Bay.
The terminal includes container loading equipment, a bridge crane and a humidity control system. The terminal also offers plenty of warehouse space and several automatic doors, making it easy to move goods around and place them in storage. The container loading equipment can be used for loading timber, steel, bulk packaging and other goods suitable for container transportation.
Terminal length 132 m, width 45 m, surface area 5,940 m2.
Three quay cranes with a capacity of 12–60 tonnes.
Three mobile cranes with a capacity of 60–126 tonnes.
Forklifts, reach stackers and other cargo handling equipment.
Rail connection to both Lapaluoto and SSAB
Tugboat Charlie 1950 hp
Tugboat Aquila 2758 hp