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Eesti Gaas/Elenger is an energy company with a versatile product range that is growing quickly and is active on five markets – in Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland. The central product of the group – natural gas – is transported from the west on ships; the group is the largest LNG importer in the region. Gaasivõrk and Gaso offer the best gas distribution network to consumers in Estonia and Latvia. Elenger Marine bunkers LNG to eco-friendly ships. In line with the green transition, the proportion of renewable energy is growing in the form of biogas plants and solar parks.

Maritime Transport

Tallink Grupp, the leading maritime shipping and transport group on the Baltic Sea, operates under the strong trademarks of Tallink and Silja Line. The new ships of Tallink correspond to all known and future emissions standards. In addition to transporting passengers and cargo at sea, Tallink also provides services on land by operating an e-shop, hotels and restaurants, including the Burger King chain, in the Baltic states. The shares of Tallink are listed on the Nasdaq Tallinn and Helsinki stock markets.

Real Estate

Infortar owns over 113,000 square meters of commercial real estate, including five office buildings, Tallink City Hotel with 324 rooms, Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel with 300 rooms, and Tallink Express Hotel with 166 rooms in Tallinn, as well as Tallink Hotel Riga with 256 rooms in Riga. Additionally, there's a logistics centre in Maardu, a sports centre in Lasnamäe, a health centre in Hiiu, and 56 hectares of land with significant development potential in and around the capital city. The modern and diverse real estate portfolio of Infortar is constantly evolving.

Supporting Fields of Activity

Infortar owns construction companies EG Ehitus, INF Ehitus, and INF Infra, along with Estonian Minerals Group, engaged in the extraction and processing of construction minerals. There are ongoing major construction projects: a 25,000-square-meter Rimi Logistics Centre is rising in Saue, and the construction of Estonia's longest arch bridge is underway in the center of Pärnu. As of 17 June 2024, the group had 47 subsidiaries, among which the most notable are printing houses Vaba Maa and Printon, Tallink Takso, Tallink Tennis Centre with 20 courts, agricultural company Halinga and many others.