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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

Patryk Felmet becomes Development Director at the Port of Gdansk
On 1 October 2017, Patryk Felmet joined the management of the Port of Gdansk Authority as Development Director. Felmet will be responsible for the preparation of a comprehensive strategy for the Port of Gdansk's presence in international markets. He will also deal with marketing activities. Hitherto, he was president of P.U.P. Rezerwa, a PGA subsidiary.
05.10.2017 - more

SPAP and the Port of Gdansk security units at a joint exercise session
On 26 September 2017, the Port security units, the Independent Counter-Terrorism Police Unit (SPAP) and the Polish Baltic Shipping Company personnel took part in a joint training session at the Westerplatte Ferry Terminal. The aim of the training was to check the cooperation procedures between the security services and external units in the case of a crisis situation occurring at the port.
27.09.2017 - more

A debate on smart solutions in the maritime industry
On 21 September 2017, the Port of Gdansk was visited by experts discussing smart solutions in the maritime industry. The conference was organised in cooperation with the Marshal's Office.
25.09.2017 - more

Transshipments at the Port of Gdansk larger than expected
Yet another record result in transshipments at the Port of Gdansk. After the first 8 months of 2017, the result has improved by 3.7% compared to the same period of the previous year, and at the same time, is higher than predicted. By August, as many as 25,501,876 tonnes of various types of goods were transshipped at the largest Polish seaport. It is worth mentioning that the upward trend is particularly noticeable in the container transshipment sector.
22.09.2017 - more

A record number of passenger ships
This season, the Port of Gdansk Authority broke its record for the number of passenger ships to call at the port. From the beginning of the year to 16 September, 63 cruise ships called at the Port of Gdansk. The last vessel of this type in the 2017 tourist season was the nearly 230-metre long Norwegian Viking Star.
19.09.2017 - more

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