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The Port of Gdansk will expand the Oliwskie Quay

In a little under two years, in the 3rd quarter of 2020, the Port of Gdansk is planning to put the modernised and expanded Oliwskie Quay into operation. The company put a contract out to tender and potential contractors can submit offers to 12 January. It is yet another investment which the PGA is planning to launch in the coming months. In total, the Port intends to spend about PLN 1 billion on investments by 2020.

14.12.2017 - more



The Port of Gdansk gets yet another EU subsidy

The Port of Gdansk Authority is one of two Polish companies to receive funds from the Connecting Europe Facility, within the framework of the CEF Blending priority. It has just been announced that the Port of Gdansk has been granted EUR 20 million in the competition.

01.12.2017 - more



The implementation of the Three Seas initiative is getting closer

The Port of Gdansk Authority and the Croatian Port of Rijeka signed a memorandum of cooperation. On 21 November, during the international "Sea, Transport and Logistics" conference in Croatia, the companies undertook to work for their common interests and the development of transport corridors. The Polish and Croatian ports are linked through the project of the Trans-European Transport Network, which is of great significance for the maritime industry and the economy of both countries.

27.11.2017 - more



The Port of Gdansk is breaking new records in terms of transshipments

In October 2017, the Port of Gdansk achieved record results in transshipments, yet again. The amount of goods transported via the port kept growing visibly with each month in all cargo groups, particularly in the case of general cargo and cars. This has already become a permanent trend in the Port's transshipment results. Within the 10 months of 2017, the Port of Gdansk handled a total of 32,055,465 tonnes of goods, i.e. 3.4% more than in the same period of the previous year.

24.11.2017 - more



New sugar terminal to be constructed at the Port of Gdansk

The Port of Gdansk Authority SA and Krajowa Spolka Cukrowa S.A. signed an agreement on a lease of property for the construction of a new transshipment and shipping terminal along with access infrastructure intended for handling the transport of sugar. The new facility will be located right next to the Nabrzeze Wislane, which will enable entry and loading of ships with a large carrying capacity.

15.11.2017 - more



Central Port with support from Prime Minister Beata Szydlo

The government issued a decision on the construction of the Central Port in Gdansk, as declared by Prime Minister Beata Szydlo during the 2nd Meeting of Ministers of Transport of Central and Eastern European Countries and China. The 16+1 Forum, held in Warsaw on 25-26 October 2017, officially inaugurated the launch of the 16+1 Office for Maritime Affairs. The Port of Gdansk was one of the partners of the event.

30.10.2017 - more



The Port of Gdansk marks its strong international position

Between 12 and 14 October 2017, the Port of Gdansk Authority participated in the China International Logistics and Transportation Fair in Shenzhen - for the second time. The fair is the largest logistics and transport event held in the region every year. Participation in the fair was a chance for the Port to establish relations with partners from all over the world.

17.10.2017 - more



The Port of Gdansk to help develop inland navigation in Poland

The Port of Gdansk Authority has appointed an internal working group whose task will be to coordinate the process of preparing a feasibility study for the modernisation of the waterway connecting the Gulf of Gdansk and Zalew Wislany with the river system in Belarus. This long-term project is aimed at connecting the Baltic Sea with the Black Sea via a network of inland navigation canals. In the coming years, this will allow Poland to enhance its position as one of the key transit countries on the map of Europe.

10.10.2017 - more




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