Ain Kaljurand

Ain Kaljurand

Chief Executive Officer at Tallinn

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Owner - goods


Board Member - Estonian Ports Association

Board Member - Eesti Energia

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Daily: transit companies behind Port of Tallinn corruption case | Korruptsioonivaba Eesti

According to the daily, Tõnis Pohla, shareholder of Baltic Maritime Logistics Group and Üllar Raad, head of Esteve Terminal, are among the six people held for allegedly giving bribes to Port of Tallinn CEO Ain Kaljurand and board member Allan Kiil, both of whom have also been apprehended.
The daily says Kaljurand and Kiil could have had hidden participation in companies doing business with the state-owned Port of Tallinn, and they could have received bribes from procurements run by the company.

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"Our door is open to Muuga CT as things are, but it will open still more if they bring in a strategic partner," Port of Tallinn CEO Ain Kaljurand told the newspaper.
Kaljurand told BNS that he would speak about the advantages offered by Eesti Raudtee (Estonian Railway), terminals and ports capable of receiving large ships. "At the present economically difficult time the integral package is a clear advantage for the owner of goods," Kaljurand said. The port manager said that there were certain positive signs concerning Russian transit but no major increasing freight volumes were in sight for the time being. Kaljurand said that it was unrealistic to hope that changes in terms of Russia transit could take place fast, rather, they will happen gradually.

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Baltic States, a gateway to Asia - Railway Pro

"The contact network of CCOEC in China will significantly improve the visibility of the industrial parks located in the Port of Tallinn and will promote the opportunities created by the Chinese companies to the Port of Tallinn", declared Ain Kaljurand, member of Port of Tallinn Board.
According to the report "GILD 100 2012 - the most valuable companies in Estonia", the Port of Tallinn ranks 8th among the 100 companies as current market value. The Port of Muuga (the largest cargo port in Estonia) and Paldiski Port have a strong connection in the distribution chain of the goods delivered by Chinese companies which could establish production and distribution centres in Estonia. On the other hand, "ports offer services on customs processes and the EU legislative environment and their position is strategic and connects them to the markets in north-western Russia", declared Kaljurand.

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