The most considerable increase was noted in the turnover of dry bulk, up by 43.6% year-on-year to a total of 1.1mt.
Wheeled cargo (ro-ro & ferry) and break-bulk traffic also rose, by 15.7% yoy and 25.7% yoy, respectively, to 1.54mt and 122kt.
On the other hand, the handling of liquid bulk and containerised freight went down, by 4.3% yoy and 3.2% yoy, accordingly, to 2.07mt and 442kt.
TEU-wise, Tallinn's container traffic increased - by 3.2% yoy to 52,160 twenty-foot boxes.
The coronavirus pandemic keeps negatively affecting the port's passenger business. Some 373k ferry travellers went through Tallinn's quays, 76% fewer than in Q1 2020.