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Charges and tariffs

Charges and tariffs 2018 (from 1.2.2018 on)

Please notice, from 1th of May new price for FTA code No 50 uncategorized general cargo, Ferry traffic in/out of the port is 1,85 €/Ton (old price 2,70)

Download Port of Naantali charges and tariffs 2018 (PDF)

 

Purpose and goals

THE PURPOSE OF THE PORT AUTHORITY

The primary role of the Naantali Port Authority is to sustain and develop the services offered and to maintain and develop the storage facilities and the constructions, loading fields and fairways needed by the traffic, to serve customers better. The Port Authority also manages the use of the port and oversees its financial operations.

Development principles of the port and the port operations:

  1. To seek to increase the port capacity by improving the existing facilities, by constructing new facilities, by improving the operations and by increasing cooperation.
  2. To increase profitability and to enhance competiveness by utilising cost-efficient construction, by selling services, and by offering an attractive tariff policy.
  3. To develop operations by improving quality systems, environmental management, employee health, and occupational safety at the port.
  4. To utilise customer feedback for further development.

THE PORT TARIFF POLICY

The Port Authority aims to maintain the competitiveness of its customers by applying a moderate and long-term tariff policy. Tariff changes are based on competitiveness, cost correlation, and variations in the currency value.

All fees and tariffs must be paid by the due date noted on the invoice, unless otherwise agreed on. The port collects maximum penalty interest on delayed payments according to the interest act. A collect fee is also added on all delayed payments.

All charges are quoted without VAT. Current VAT is added on all domestic sales.

Cargo charges

GENERAL PRINCIPLES

  1. Cargo charges presented here are levied on all cargo imported and exported through the Port of Naantali either by boat or by rail. According to the EU regulations the charges are the same for domestic and international imports and exports. Charges for Transitotraffic are levied only once.
  2. The cargo charges are levied based on gross weight and the minimum fee is at least 30,00 €.
  3. The cargo charges are divided into groups according to the Statistics on Shipping taking into consideration the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (Harmonized System, HS) of Customs Tariffs.
  4. The following goods are exempt from the cargo charges: - Coastal transfer by the domestic shipbuilding industry
  5. The holder of the goods or the ship’s master or the agent is obliged to furnish the Naantali Port Authority with the information necessary in order to levy the cargo charge from the domestic holder of the goods, unless it has been agreed that the cargo charge shall be levied from the shipping company or some other party responsible for the goods.

In order to assign the charge, the trading appellation and, if necessary, the tariff item shall be declared.

If the information on basis of which the cargo charge is levied is inadequate or incorrect, a fee of 50,00 € is charged to verify its correctness.

PORT CHARGES AND REGULATIONS FOR PROJECT CARGOES

Special transports excluding regular ferry traffic. The transporter must apply for special permit from the Port Auhtority prior to arrival to the port. A separate quote for port charges for the cargo must be applied for well before the cargo arrives at the port area.

Cargo charges according to the tariff item

FTA – Codes 

  Customs HS codes   

 €/Ton

20
20.1

Unsawn timber, wood chips
Fuel wood chips, -sawdust, -waste
  

44.03, 44.04 
44.01 

 

0,69/m³
0,65

21

Sawn timber  

44.06, 44.07, 44.09 

 

0,69/m³

22

Pulp, mechanical wood pulp, waste paper  

47

 

1,14

23

Paper, paper goods, cardboard  

48

 

1,14

24  

Plywood, other raw wood material, boards  

44.10 – 44.13

 

1,14

25

Other wood industry products  

44.05, 44.08, 44.14 – 44.21 

 

4,08

26
26.1
26.2

Iron ore, enrichment
Slag
Scrap iron

 

26.01, 26.02
26.18, 26.19, 26.21
72.04

 

1,15
0,37
1,15

27


27.1  

Other ore, enrichment, scrap


Scrap, other
 

26.03 – 26.17, 26.20, 74.04,
75.03, 76.02, 78.02, 79.02, 
80.02
 

 



1,15
1,15

28
28.1

Metals, metal works
Steel
 

7281 (not scrap metal)
72.04 – 72.29

 

1,14
1,14

29
29.1

Equipment, devices transport equipment
New motor vehicles
 

8486, 87.12 – 87.16, 8893
87
.01 – 87.11

 

4,08
4,08

30 

Other metal products  

82, 83

 

4,08

31  

Crude oil  

27.09

 

1,07

32
32.1

Liquid fuels
Lubrication oil
 

27.10 – 27.15
27.10

 

1,07
1,15

33
33.01
33.1  

Coal
Thermal coal
Fly ash
  27.01, 27.02
27.04
26.21
  1,16
1,14
1,14

34

Fuel peat   27.03   1,14

35

Fertilizers   25.10, 31   1,14

36    

Coal chemicals, tar   27.05 – 27.08, 29   2,69

37
37.1
37.2
37.4
37.5
37.6
37.7

Other chemical industry products
Soda
Phosphates
Oil components
Lubrication oil additive
Sodium metasilicate
Recycling asphalt
  28, 30, 32 – 38, 39.01- 39.14
28.36
28.35.26.90 28.35.39.70

38.11
28.39
38.25
  2,69
1,14
1,14
2,53
2,69
2,69
0,37

38

38.1
38.2
38.3
38.4
38.5
38.6

Raw minerals

Pebbles, gravel, crushed gravel
Unhewn stone
Salt
Clay
Sandblasting stone
Gypsum
 

25.01 – 25.09, 25.11 – 25.16,
25.18 – 25.21, 25.24 – 25.30
25.17
25.16
25.01
25.07, 25.08
25.16
25.20

 


1,14
0,37
1,14
1,14
1,14
1,14
1,14

39

39.1
39.2
39.3

Cement, lime, industrially produced
mineral products

Expanded clay
Plaster board
Cement
 


25.22, 25.23, 6869.01– 69.03
68.06.20
68.09
25.20

 
1,16
1,14
1,14
1,16

40
40.1
40.2
40.3
40.4
40.5
40.6

Grain
Wheat
Rye
Barley
Oat
Rice
Corn
  10
10.01
10.02
10.03
10.04
10.05
10.06
  1,15
1,15
1,15
1,15
1,15
1,15
1,15

41 

Sugar beet   12.12   1,14

42

Fresh fruit, vegetables, potatoes   7, 8   4,08

43 

Live animals   1   4,08

44

44.1

44.2
44.3
44.4
44.5
44.6
44.7

Animal feed, malt

Foodstuffs, sugar

Sugar
Molasses
Fish flour
Other animal feed
Malts
Vinasse, betaine molasses
 

5.04, 5.06, 5.08, 5.11, 11.07,
12.13 – 12.14, 21.02.20, 23
02 – 04, 09, 11 (ei 11.07),
16 – 22 (ei 21.02.20)
17.01 – 17.02
17.03
23.01
12
11.07
23.03

 


1,14

2,69
2,69
2,69
1,14
1,14
1,14
1,15

45
45.1
45.2
45.3
45.4

Vegetable oil, animal fats
Oil plants
Soy beans
Rape, colza seeds
Fish oils
  15
12.01 – 12.11
12.01
15.05
15.04, 15.16 – 15.20
  2,69
1,15
1,15
1,15
2,69

46





46.1

Raw textile materials, hides
rubber




Waste rubber granules
 

5, (ei 5.04, 5.06, 5.08, 5.11)
13, 14, 40.01 – 40.03,
40.05 – 40.06, 41,
50.01– 50.03,
51.01 – 51.05, 52.01 – 52.03,
53.01 – 53.05, 55.01 – 55.07
40.04

 






4,08
1,14

47


 

Leather, textiles, garments


 
 

42, 43, 50.04 – 50.07,
51.06 – 51.13, 52.04 – 52.12,
53.06 – 53.11, 54,
55.08 – 55.16, 56 – 67

 


4,08

48
48.1

Glass, ceramic products
Glass gullet

  69.04 – 69.14, 70
70.01
  4,08
0,80

49
 

Other industrial products
 
 

39.15 – 39.26, 40.07 – 40.17,
44.02, 45, 46, 49, 94 – 96

 
4,08

50
    

Uncategorised general cargo,
Ferry traffic in/out of the port
     
2,70

51      

Miscellaneous products, general payment   6, 71, 97        4,07

56

Vessels   89        0,08 % of their value

 

Vessel charges

GENERAL PRINCIPLES

All merchant shipping entering or passing through the area of the Port of Naantali are subject to these Port Charges.

  1. In cases when the vessel charge is collected on the basis of net tonnage, the amount of the charge is calculated according to the net tonnage indicated in the vessel’s bill of measurement, rounded to the nearest whole net tonnage.
  2. The master of the vessel or the vessel’s agent is obliged to make the appropriate notifications required by the Port Regulations to establish the correct charges. If the information from which the cargo charge is determined is inadequate or incorrect, a fee of 50,00 € is charged to verify its correctness.
  3. Paying the vessel charge entitles vessels to remain moored for a duration of seven days and nights. 0,07 €/net tonnage is charged for each additional day.
  4. Vessel charge is not charged on vessels arriving in a port of refuge.
  5. Vessels that hold the Port of Naantali as their base (trawlers, tugboats, sight-seeing vessels, etc.) are charged under a separate agreement.
  6. A vessel charge is not levied on passenger vessels operating in the archipelago and serving the city of Naantali tourist industry, if the vessels do not moor at the quay at the commercial port.
  7. The vessel charge is collected only once on vessels which exit the port area e.g. to wash tanks and which then return to the port area.
  8. The vessel charge is not collected on vessels which leave the local shipyard to conduct test drives outside the port area.
  9. Tugboats which are towing for safety reasons are exempt from the vessel charge.

MERCHANT VESSELS

The vessel charge is 0,50 €/net tonnage. The minimum charge is 150,00 €. For vessels less than 50 m in length the charge is 41,00 € regardless of the actual length.

However:

a vessel charge with a reduction of 50% of the fee is charged on passenger cruise ships which call at the port without embarking or disembarking passengers, and with a reduction of 75% of the fee if the vessels remain in the roads.

TUG BOATS AND TUG-BARGE COMBINATIONS

Tug boats are charged based on their maximum length as follows:

  Less than 15 m long    49,00 € 
  15–30 m long              95,00 € 
  Over 30 m long          121,00 €

Tug-barge combinations referred to in section 29 § subsection 2 of the Government Decree on Pilotage are charged based on the total net tonnage of the barge.

No vessel charge is levied on those tug boats which do not moor at the quay and which assist other motorized self-powered vessels in the port area.

VESSELS UNDER CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR IN THE LOCAL SHIPYARD

   The vessel charge is 0,50 €/net tonnage.
   The minimum charge is 150,00 €.

   For vessels less than 50 m in length the charge is 41,00 € regardless of the actual length.

Vessels calling at the shipyard will be charged only once regardless of the duration of the visit.

Waste management fees

GENERAL PRINCIPLES

Merchant shipping vessels mooring at the quay in the port of Naantali are charged waste management fees as follows:

Vessels that intend to use the port’s waste disposal services for oily residues or for lavatory waste are required to notify the port no later than 24 hours prior to arrival or immediately after leaving the previous port if the voyage takes less than 24 hours.

If the final port of arrival is known less than 24 hours before arriving at this port, notification must be submitted immediately after the port determination is made.

Solid waste

Household and similar waste from the vessels must be sorted according to the Waste Management Instructions of the Port of Naantali. Separate containers for each type of waste are available at the waste facilities.

The waste management fee for a cargo vessel is €/ net tonnage as follows:

   Sorted waste          0,09 €
   
Minimum fee          51,00 €

If vessels deliver unsorted waste contrary to the Regulations, the fee charged in €/net tonnage is as follows:

   Unsorted waste     0,25 €
   
Minimum fee         162,00 €

Oil waste fee

A waste management fee of 0,16 €/net tonnage is charged for oily waste from the engine room.

For amounts of waste that are exceptionally large in terms of normal use or traffic, the vessels are charged according to the actual costs.

The pumping power requirement for oily waste is 3 m3/h after which the fee is charged according to the actual costs.

If vessels exempt from the waste management fees deliver waste using the port services, they are charged on the basis of the actual costs.

The minimum waste management fee charged is 102,00 €.

The fee is not charged on vessels granted special permission for the treatment of oily residues by the Finnish Transport Safety Agency TRAFI pursuant to the Waste Act on Vessels.

Hazardous waste

Hazardous waste (except for oily residue from engine rooms) is included in the waste management fee if the amount is less than one barrel of two hundred (200) litres or a comparable amount. Larger lots are charged according to the actual processing costs, with an additional 10 % fee for the general overhead costs of the port.

Other waste

Stevedore companies at the port are solely responsible for the cleaning and transfer of freight residue from the handled goods.

Waste from the freight must be cleaned within seven (7) days after the vessel has left the port, after which the fee is charged on the basis of the actual costs, with an additional 10 % fee for the general overhead cost of the port.

Grey water and sewage

  • In regular ferry traffic according to a contract
  • In all other traffic the charge for disposing of sewage and grey water directly into the port’s sewage disposal system is 5,50 €/m3
    Disposal requires permit and instructions from the port authority
    Technical manager
    Jukka Kylmäoja
    Tel. +358 44 733 4608
  • In all other traffic the disposal charge for sewage and grey water by tank truck is 17,00 €/ton plus following transport fees:

Black water (sewage) and grey water by lorry:
During normal working hours, on weekdays from 7.00 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.
 

   0–4,99 tons                34,00 €/ton
   5–9,99 tons                29,50 €/ton
   10–14,99 tons            26,50 €/ton
   15–19,99 tons            25,00 €/ton
   20–40 tons and over  24,00 €/ton

The minimum charge is based on 5 tons.

Overtime charges pursuant to the collective labour agreement and the on-call compensation of 130,00 €/order are added to the unit charges at all other hours.

In addition to the above mentioned charges, a port overhead expense of 10 % is added to the invoice.

Passenger fee

Passenger vessels in foreign traffic are charged a passenger fee of 1,10 € for each embarking and disembarking passenger.

The passenger fee is charged according to the passenger list.

THE FEE IS NOT CHARGED ON

  1. Lorry drivers
  2. Passengers on cruise ships arriving from a foreign country and continuing to another foreign port on the same sailing/trip.
  3. Persons who have been authorized by the appropriate authorities to be onboard the vessel to check or monitor operations of its devices
  4. Crew members who are performing their duties (transfer crew).
Mooring and unmooring fees

Transfers are charged according to the mooring and unmooring fees. If the Port Authority orders the vessel to be transferred, there is no charge. Fee for haulage is charged only once.

If a motor boat is used in the mooring or unmooring operation, a separate fee is charged as per the motor boat service fees.

When a vessel is moored to a temporary mooring location, e.g. for overwintering or other purposes, the fee is charged on the basis of the actual costs.

The following mooring and unmooring fees are charged:

Net tonnage of 
the vessel

 
Mon-Fri
from 6 a.m.
to 11 p.m.
Mon-Sat
from 11 p.m.
to 6 a.m.
From Sat 6 a.m.
to Mon 6 a.m.
and public holidays
(NT) price € price € price €
0–2 000 137,00 178,00 206,00
2 001–5 000 183,00 238,00 274,00
5 001–11 000 254,00 330,00 381,00
over 11 000 355,00 462,00 533,00
       
Extra work and/or
delay
 
54,00 €
/every hour or
portion thereof
70,00 €
/every hour or
​portion thereof
81,00 €
/every hour or
​portion thereof

If the scheduled departure of a vessel is delayed for more than half an hour, a fee according to the table is charged for every hour or portion thereof of delay.

If mooring or unmooring of a vessel requires more than two (2) persons, a fee according to the table is charged for every hour or portion thereof of extra work per person (min. 2h/person).

Water charges
  1. When water is taken from a hydrant on a quay 4,00 €/

  2. Water given between 6.00 p.m. and 6 a.m. will be charged an additional fee of 37,00 €/usage

  3. The minimum water charge is 41,00 €

  4. When water is brought by a tank lorry, the applicable lorry charge is added to the other water charges.

  5. Vessels conducting scheduled service are entitled to take water from the hydrants by using the city water meters. In that case, the water charge is 3,80 €/m³

Boat service fees

Personnel and goods transport and all additional services ​outside of the port area: 233,00 €/h
Min. 2h/transport 

If extra personnel is needed in addition to the port supervisors, the additional manpower fees for every hour or portion thereof are:

Mon-Fri
from 6 a.m.
to 11 p.m.
Mon-Sat
from 11 p.m.
to 6 a.m.
From Sat 6 a.m.
to Mon 6 a.m.
and public holidays
     
54,00€/h/person 70,00€/h/person 81,00€/h/person

The Port of Naantali reserves the right of deciding on the need of extra personnel. The fee is charged on each hour or portion thereof, from the moment the motor boat/vessel leaves its base until it returns to its place of departure.

Fees for front end loader

VOLVO L50D

General charge including various attachments is 78,00 €/h
   - buckets, forks
   - sweeping
   - disinfecting (does not include the disinfectant)
   - gritting (does not include the grit)

Sweeping with a collecting brush system 98,00 €/h

The fee is charged for each hour or portion thereof, including the travel time to and from the worksite.

The materials are charged separately, except for the water, which is free.

Storage area charges

The following storage rents are charged on goods stored in the open storage areas in the Port of Naantali, including Luonnonmaa:

Paved storage areas

   1–7 days       free of charge
   8–30 days     0,10 €/m²/day

storage over 30 days per a separate agreement

   Minimum charge is 124,00 €.

The rent is calculated as follows: charge valid on the termination date of storage x storage time liable to charge x surface area.

Charges for electrical supply

   Electricity fee, temporary tariff     0,31 €/kWh
   Rent of the switchboard               52,00 €/day

The electricity unit tariff for long-term use of the switchboard is determined on a case by case basis.