The Port of HaminaKotka is located at a hub on the Eastern Baltic Sea. It is a key port of the Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T) along the Core Network Corridor in Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea. A central location, the current development of the Finnish wood-processing industry and strong growth consolidate the importance of the route running via the Port of HaminaKotka. The Port wishes to provide the best possible service, and it has carried out significant capital investments and intends to continue these in the near future together with its partners. The capital investment needs and the importance of a well-functioning route have also been recognised at the level of the European Union. As a result, the Port of HaminaKotka has already received two financing decisions: for the development of the D-area at the Mussalo Harbour and for the development of passenger traffic at the Kantasatama Harbour.