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The number of modernised warehouses and buildings is increasing
Thanks to the project involving thorough modernisation of the administration building on the Oliwskie Quay completed
weeks ago, the quay gained
space intended for offices for the port's stakeholders.
New improvements for heavy vehicle traffic at the Port of Gdansk
For some time now, the DCT container terminal at the Port of Gdansk has been carrying out intensive work on improving the flow of heavy vehicle traffic within the terminal. For this purpose, in May 2016, it began informational meetings with shipping companies and freight forwarders, during which future users of the e.Brama system had the chance to find out what is involved in the advice note process and what its principles are.
Another delivery of Iranian oil for
In the early hours of the morning on 23 January, the Vilamoura tanker brought 130,000 tonnes of Iranian oil for
refinery to Gdansk. The ship set off from the Iranian export terminal on Kharg Island in late December and made its way to the Port of Gdansk, crossing the Red Sea and the Suez Canal.
The network of connections has been enriched
Not too long ago, in August 2016, the Port of Gdansk gained an unusual shipping connection with Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Meanwhile, the beginning of 2017 brought another important event for the port -
general cargo service connection with the United States operated by Spliethoff,
shipping company specialising in the transport of general cargo, but also project cargo and heavy lifts.
More than 37 million tonnes of cargo at the Port of Gdansk.
The past year was long heralded as
one for the Port of Gdansk, both in terms of the predicted transshipments and the investments carried out here, as well as on account of the fact that Gdansk moved up in the ranking of the largest seaports on the Baltic Sea. All of these forecasts were realised and today we can say with certainty that the Polish port has reached
taking sixth position in the Baltic Sea in terms of overall transshipment volumes for the first time.
The Port of Gdansk rebuilds its position in the automotive sector
2017, with EMS Highway's call at the port and its first loading,
regular Ro-Ro type shipping service between Gdansk and Tilbury was launched, which will call at the Port of Gdansk once
from now on, in order to pick up Hyundai cars.
Transshipments at the Port of Gdansk exceed last year's record.
2016 is not yet over, but the volume of transshipments is already higher than in the previous record year, being currently estimated at more than 36.3 million tonnes.
Agreements for EU grants have already been signed
On 22 November,
handover of the agreements concluded between the Port of Gdansk
and the European Commission, represented by the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) took place at the seat of the Ministry of Development in Warsaw. The agreements concern the award of an EU grant from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) for three projects - two investment projects and one design project.