We use cookies in order to maintain your session, remember your settings, gather statistical data and promote the site using social networks. Cookies can be managed through your browser settings - read more.
  Port of Gdansk
Polski  Russian  Chinese

RSSSite mapMobile website
Coronavirus - information


Home page » Events » Archive of events

KSC S.A. opened its Sugar Terminal in the Port of Gdansk

KSC S.A. invested over PLN 100 mio. to develop the Sugar Terminal, the silo and quay infrastructure. This move will help the Company reach new markets in Asia and Africa. Krajowa Spolka Cukrowa plans to ship 300,000 tons of sugar over its terminal in the coming years. A few dozen jobs will be created in the Tricity as a result of the project.

10.10.2019 - more

Cedrob Group will invest 100 million in a cold store

The main event of the first day of Congress 590 in Jasionka near Rzeszow was Cedrob Porty Sp. z o.o. and the Port of Gdansk Authority SA signing the preliminary agreement for the construction of a high-storage cold store. It is a strategic investment for which Cedrob Group, the Polish leader of the meat sector, will allot PLN 100 million.

07.10.2019 - more

PGA SA signed a cooperation agreement with World War II Museum

The signing ceremony took place in Museum headquarters on september 30th 2019. In the presence of Jaroslaw Sellin, Secretary of State at Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, parties were represented by dr Karol Nawrocki, Director of World War II Museum in Gdansk and Lukasz Greinke, President of the Board of Port of Gdansk Authority SA.

01.10.2019 - more

Containers at the Szczecinskie Quay at the Port of Gdansk

A new regular container line appeared at the Szczecinskie Quay at the Port of Gdansk. The Samskip shipping company is introducing a weekly connection between Gdansk and the ports of Denmark and Norway. The Port Gdanski Eksploatacja company will take care of handling the cargo.

06.09.2019 - more

Statement of the Port of Gdansk on the Rainbow Warrior III

Following the statement sent to the media by Greenpeace, the Port of Gdansk Authority SA hereby declares as follows...

05.09.2019 - more

Another step towards the Central Port

The Central Port in Gdansk is the largest planned maritime investment in Europe. The Port of Gdansk Authority (PGA) has signed an agreement with a consulting company, which will support the construction of the port basing on a public-private partnership model.

08.08.2019 - more

Another historic record at the Port of Gdansk

The Port of Gdansk summed up the first half of 2019. It beat last year’s record, achieving a 9% increase compared to the first six months of 2018.

30.07.2019 - more

Gdansk Shipyard at the Central Port

Representatives of the Port of Gdansk Authority and the Gdansk Shipyard signed a letter of intent. The Shipyard is interested in investing in the production areas at the Central Port.

03.07.2019 - more

« Newer   01   02   03   04   05   06   07   08   09   10   11   12   13   14   15   16   17   18   19   20   21   Older »