The new turntable and deepening of port basins as well as the rebuilding of quays are the key elements of the development of the Gdynia port. These are investments of structural importance for Poland and trans-European transport networks. The Port of Gdynia Authority SA obtained a significant subsidy for the […]
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The construction of a new ferry terminal is at present one of the most important investments at the Port of Gdynia. The new location of the terminal on Finnish and Polish quays, near Karlskrona roundabout, will enable ferries easier manoeuvring and reduce their stay at the port. It will also […]
Dredging of the fairway along with the modernisation of the quays at the Inner Port is one of the three largest EU projects at the Port of Gdansk. The Port Authority will soon select the contractors.
On 8 July 2016, the CEF Transport Coordinating Committee approved a list of transport projects, including as many as three submitted by the Port of Gdansk Authority SA, for funding from the resources of the Connecting Europe Facility funding instrument. Two infrastructure projects from the approved list of projects are […]
Famor became involved in the project “Modernization of the R&D and technology and production base and Famor SA lighting products”.
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. As recently announced the Port of Gdansk has been granted EUR 20 million in the competition.
The investments on the Oder river, where works eliminating bottlenecks will soon begin, are the government’s priority. The implementation of the government program is to benefit the entire economy – developing river transport, and with it this branch of industry, and improving flood safety. Navigability of the rivers will be […]
OT Port Gdynia Sp. z o.o. with the support of the European Union is implementing the project “Retrofitting of the intermodal ro-ro terminal in Gdynia by OT Port Gdynia Sp. z o.o.”, which consists in equipping the Company with specialist transshipment equipment for handling cargo in intermodal units (semi-trailers, containers) […]
The Port of Gdansk was visited by MPs from the Czech Republic, the Marshal of the Senate of the Republic of Poland, and the Pomeranian Governor. During the meeting, the transport potential and the handling capacity of Gdansk’s port were presented in the context of trade between Poland and the […]
Dworzec Drzewny is one of the quays requiring immediate modernisation. Out of use for years, it will soon be completely remodelled and will gain a totally new potential.
The Port of Gdansk will soon turn into a construction site. During a recent press conference, the Board of PGA SA summarised 2017 investments and presented the plan for 2018.
The 21.2 million tons of cargo trans-shipped by the Port of Gdynia in 2017 is a record in the port history. It is accompanied by the excellent financial results of the Port of Gdynia Authority S.A. with a net profit of more than PLN 77 million, which is as much […]
Still this year construction works related to new public ferry terminal in the port of Gdynia are scheduled to commence – as revealed by Adam Meller, president of Port of Gdynia Authority – PGA (Zarząd Morskiego Portu Gdynia – ZMPG), in his recent statement for Polish Press Agency. The construction is […]
The Management Board of GAZ-SYSTEM has issued recommendations to Polskie LNG concerning the commencement of design and preparation works for the extension of the President Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal in Świnoujście. The project will involve building an additional loading/unloading berth for vessels and a loading berth for LNG bunker vessels. […]
Samskip, a global logistics company headquarted in Rotterdam, is opening its operations office in Gdansk. The new branch will perform as a one-stop-shop, providing services in sea freight management, customs clearance, ship agency, coldstore storage and other logistics advisory. Fish is going to be the key object of operations.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has provided a PLN 163.5m (some EUR 38m) loan to Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority for investments improving the seaports’ nautical access and quay infrastructure.