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The Port of Gdansk returns from China with another letter of intent
Between 12 and 14 October 2016, the largest logistics and transport fair in the region, CILF (China International Logistics and Transportation Fair), was held in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, in southern China.
The Port of Gdansk - Ambassador of the Polish Economy
On 28 September 2016, the Ambassador of the Polish Economy awards, awarded by the largest organisation of individual employers, the Business Centre Club, were for the eighth time presented to the winners at
in Warsaw. The title of Ambassador in the Partner of Foreign Companies category went to the Port of Gdansk
whose activities were considered the best realisation of the idea of the competition in this category.
Gdansk moves up in the ranking and new railway access
After eight months of this year, Gdansk moved up the ranking of the largest Baltic ports to sixth. Without its new access infrastructure, further development plans would definitely not be possible.
The largest oil tanker in history at the Port of Gdansk
On 15 August, the largest oil tanker in history moored at the Naftoport Liquid Fuel Terminal at the Port of Gdansk, bringing nearly 300,000 tonnes of oil from Iran.
Yet another regular ocean link between the Port of Gdansk and Asia
The Port of Gdansk's network of regular maritime connections was enriched by yet another link, this time of the Ro-Ro type, operated by Bahri.
The Maritime Silk Road Port International Cooperation Forum
The Maritime Silk Road Port International Cooperation Forum was held several days ago in China. This was the second edition of the event, which brought together representatives of the most important ports of Europe, Asia, and North Africa.
Is Gdansk going to go up in the ranking of the largest Baltic ports?
The past six months of this year were undoubtedly successful for the Port of Gdansk, as the volume of transshipments handled during that time reached nearly 18 million tonnes. This is
as in comparison, in the analogous period of the previous year, which went down in the history of the Polish maritime economy, the port handled over 700,000 tonnes of cargo less than this year.
Over PLN 0.5 billion of EU funds will flow into the Port of Gdansk
2016, the CEF Transport Coordinating Committee approved
of transport projects, including as many as three submitted by the Port of Gdansk
for funding from the resources of the Connecting Europe Facility funding instrument.