PK Terminal belongs to Palgard Crane Group, which has 25 years of experience in the Baltic States and over 50 years of experience in Sweden in handling various goods in ports and terminals.

Terminal development

PK Terminal will deploy modern loading machines in Muuga Harbour, build new warehouses for the storage of goods, and prepare logistical tools supporting customers to speed up the delivery of goods for the vehicles and receiving the goods. We continuously keep up to date with advanced options for handling and storing goods in order to provide the best service to our customers.

PK Terminal starts its operations at Muuga Harbour

PK Terminal OÜ and AS Tallinna Sadam signed a cooperation agreement and building title agreement on 12 June 2019 for the construction of bulk and mixed goods terminal in Muuga Harbour which deals with the handling and storage of round timber, wood pellets, metal products and gravel. With the agreements, the company took over the use rights of the two quays and their hinterland area used in the former steel sheet galvanizing plant as well as the Koorma 2 property. The agreements were signed for a period of 20 years, with the option to prolong for another 15 years.

PK Terminal started the construction of warehouses on the Koorma 2 property

PK Terminal signed an agreement with OÜ Verston Ehitus for the preparation of sites and agreements with OÜ FinEst-Hall Baltic for the construction of PVC halls. The preparatory work will be completed by September 2019 and the construction of the hall should be completed by November 2019. In the first step, the 6,000 m2 PVC warehouse will be ready for storage of bulk goods.

PK Terminal started the construction of warehouses on the Koorma 2 property





PK Terminal ordered an additional two Scalex vehicle scales

The three vehicle scales will improve the logistics of terminal areas and, thanks to shorter queues, the waiting time for vehicles on the territory will be reduced. The scales will be put into service at the end of 2019.