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Will Gdansk soon have some new intermodal terminals?
The Port of Gdansk has launched
tender for the following attractively located areas in the Outer Port in the hinterland of the currently expanding DCT container terminal, PERN oil terminal, dry bulk cargo terminal of the Northern Port and the soon to be built new OT Logistics deepwater bulk terminal.
The 2015 tourist season at the Port of Gdansk comes to an end
Last Thursday, along with
docking of the Europe with 608 people on board, marked the official end of the 2015 season at the Port of Gdansk.
Visit of the Taiwanese Ministry of Finance at the Port of Gdansk
On 23 September the Port of Gdansk was visited by
of representatives of the Taiwanese Ministry of Finance and the maritime industry who came to Pomerania for
-day fact-finding mission about the specifics of the Polish customs service with regard to its structure, main objectives and strategy for the coming years. The Polish side was represented by the Ministry of Finance and the Customs Service.
New Deepwater Terminal at the Port of Gdansk
On 21 September 2015 the Management Board of the Port of Gdansk
and the company OT
-year lease on
of land located in the most promising area of the Port of Gdansk - in the Outer Port, next to the DCT container terminal and the dry bulk terminal run as
venture between the Northern Port and the Sea-Invest group.
The success of the Polish stand at the convention in Hamburg
The Seatrade Cruise & River Cruise Convention is the largest and most well-respected trade-fair in Europe dedicated to the cruise market, attracting hundreds of industry reps every year, including representatives of key cruise liners, seaports, organisations that promote particular destinations, tour operators and representatives of media dedicated to sea tourism.
The Port of Gdansk at the International Baltexpo Maritime Fair
The eighteenth International Baltexpo Maritime Fair has just taken place in Gdansk - Poland's largest maritime industry event which, like every year, brought together not only the representatives of companies involved in one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the country, but also representatives of government bodies, local governments and industry organisations.
The heads of five ministerial offices on
to the Port of Gdansk
The last day of August was exceptional for the Port of Gdansk, because on that day, on the occasion of an external government meeting, the port was visited by representatives of the central administration headed by the Minister of the Treasury - Andrzej Czerwinski and Deputy Minister of Economy - Jerzy Pietrewicz.
The Gdansk Bulk Terminal at the Port of Gdansk expands its capacity
With the recently completed investment, the GBT terminal is capable of handling larger ships than ever before - up to 15 000 DWT as well as vessels not carrying
load up to 25 000 DWT.