Every night a train with 33 wagons, each loaded with 65 tons of coal, coming from Novosibirsk in Siberia, will enter Tahkoluoto Port by the West Coast of Finland. In Tahkoluoto, the coal is unloaded and later loaded again into some big ship, that takes 50 000 tons or more, for sailing this coal by the Canal of Suez to Paradip Port in North East India. In this recording two port cranes are loading coal into Bulk Carrier Toba one cold and icy day in Tahkoluoto Port. 

Carbon Footprint

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