The Port of Gdansk gains a new regular shipping link. This time – to Denmark and western and northern Norway.
As a central part of Stena Line’s efforts to reduce fuel consumption and minimise environmental impact, the company is now running a pilot study using artificial intelligence technology on board vessels.
On November 13, 2015, a contract was signed between the Fraserburgh-based Scottish fishing company Mewstead LLP (where father and sons George and Michael Tait of Fraserburgh and Alex and Zander West from Gardenstown are partners) and Nauta Shiprepair Yard to build a fully outfitted pelagic fishing vessel for delivery in […]
In the 1st half of 2018, revenue of OT Logistics Capital Group increased by 10.3% to PLN 477.9 million
The OT Logistics Capital Group, the biggest port operator in Poland and a leader in inland shipping in Central and Eastern Europe, recorded consolidated revenue of PLN 477.9 million in the 1st half of the year, which represents a rise by over 10% year on year. In this period, the […]
The Central Port is not only the most important investment project of the Port of Gdansk, but also one of the most innovative port projects in Europe. In terms of the scale of the investment, it is compared to the construction of Gdynia or Maasvlakte – a deepwater terminal complex […]
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 […]
The problem of nuisance resulting from the close neighbourhood of port areas, raised by the inhabitants of Gdynia City Centre during the meeting at the City Hall on 25 July has become one of the priorities among activities undertaken by the Port of Gdynia Authority S.A., aiming at reducing dust […]
Saab contracts Gdynia-based HG Solutions to supply equipment for Royal Swedish Navy’s special purpose ship
Saab has signed a contract with HG Solutions, based in Gdynia, Poland, to produce and deliver equipment for the Royal Swedish Navy’s SIGINT ship, currently being built in the PGZ SW shipyard. The company will be responsible for supplying equipment vital for electrical distribution onboard the vessel.
The world’s first “fully electric” ferry is considered to be the Ampere catamaran, put into service in 2015. It transports cars and passengers across the Norwegian fjord. It features a gross tonnage of 1598 and a deadweight capacity of 199 t, with a total length of 79.4 m. Its partly […]
Wisła Shipyard of Gdańsk has delivered a partially outfitted purse / danish seiner fishing vessel Nordhavet, newbuilding no. NB59, designed for the Norwegian shipyard Larsnes Mek. Verksted.
The State Propriety Authority Polish Waters – Regional Water Management Board (RZGW) in Szczecin and Remontowa Shipbuilding SA shipyard signed a contract on July 20, under which the investment will be implemented as follows: “Design, construction and delivery together with the equipment of two linear ice breakers as part of […]
The construction of a multi-purpose vessel for the Polish Maritime Authority has commenced at Remontowa Shipbuilding SA
On August 20, this year, at Remontowa Shipbuilding SA belonging to the Remontowa Holding capital group a ceremony of the first steel cutting for the construction of the newbuilding no. B 618/1 was held, inaugurating the construction of a pair of multi-purpose vessels ordered by the Maritime Office (Polish Maritime […]