Transport and tourism

Foreign shipping traffic

Official Statistics of Finland (OSF)
Statistics on foreign shipping traffic describe waterborne transport of goods and passengers between Finland and foreign countries as well as on the number of vessels in international transport calling Finnish ports. The data are obtained from the PortNet system and published monthly and annually.


Statistics Finland

Database tables


According to Statistics Finland's preliminary data, the goods volume of foreign sea transport was in total 7.3 million tonnes in September 2022. Sea transport decreased by 10 per cent from last year's September. Exports decreased by 15 per cent and were 3.7 million tonnes. Import volume decreased by four per cent and were 3.6 million tonnes. Altogether 1.0 million persons were transported in passenger traffic, which was 67 per cent of the level before the corona pandemic.

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release | Foreign shipping traffic 2022, September
release | Foreign shipping traffic 2022, August
release | Foreign shipping traffic 2022, July
release | Foreign shipping traffic 2022, June

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See key statistical data in the tables.

Sjötransport av transportfordon efter ham

TotalAutomobilesBusesTrucksTrailersOther transport equipment
Hanko146,9921,702data missing6,615138,6723
Kemi5,287data missingdata missing721295,086
Haminakotka9,420data missingdata missing409,3791
Långnäs1,4471,120144182data missing1
Naantali106,22820,6013,62472,7359,268data missing
Oulu7,311data missingdata missing163066,989
Pietarsaari531data missingdata missing6942141
Rauma1,300data missingdata missing71,2912
Uusikaupunki31,976data missingdata missing46431,512data missing
Vaasa61,65344,55126115,107data missing1,734

Passenger Traffic between Finland and foreign countries by port and country

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