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The Port of Gdansk named Pomeranian Employer of the Year 2015
On 12 February 2016, during the annual Pomeranian Employers Gala, statuettes for Pomeranian Employer of the Year were awarded in three categories - small, medium-sized and large enterprises.
The Port of Gdansk entered into
agreement with WSB
On 12 February 2016, the Port of Gdansk
and WSB University in Gdansk ceremonially signed
agreement which is to give rise to joint undertakings aimed, among others, at the development of maritime education among the students of WSB University.
The Maritime Economy as
On 28 January 2016, as the leader of the Smart Port & City Partnership, the Port of Gdansk
signed an agreement on the Smart Specialisations of the Pomeranian Region with the Marshal of the Pomeranian Region at the European Solidarity Centre.
New cold storage unit at the Port of Gdansk
days ago, on 15 January 2016, the newest storage facility at the Port of Gdansk,
storage unit belonging to the company PAGO, obtained
Expansion of the intermodal container terminal in the Port of Gdansk
A ceremony marking the completion of the expansion of the intermodal container terminal in the Internal Port took place on 13 January at the Port of Gdansk's Szczecinskie Quay.
of Gdansk success story.
Nearly 36 million tonnes of goods handled, an 11% year on year increase in goods turnover and more than 100% increase in just eight years,
of the size of commercial vessels within
and hundreds of millions of zloties invested in just 12 months - in brief, this is the summary of the last year at the Port of Gdansk.
Korean media representatives on
to the Port of Gdansk
2015, the Port of Gdansk welcomed journalists from the Korean newspapers 'JoongAng Ilbo' - one of the three most widely read Korean newspapers published, among others, in English, in cooperation with the International New York Times - and the weekly ChosunBiz, specialising in economic issues.
A new record for the Polish maritime economy
record in the history of the Polish maritime economy was broken for cargo handling which, until that point, had stood at 32.3 million tonnes per year. This is the volume handled last year at the quays of the Port of Gdansk.