Agencja Rozwoju Przemysłu SA (Industrial Development Agency JSC – IDA) acquired 81.05 % of shares in Stocznia Gdańsk SA and 50 % of shares in GSG Towers Sp. z o.o. from Gdańsk Shipyard Group Sp. z o.o., controlled by the Ukrainian investor Serhiy Taruta. As a result, the former cradle […]
Nelton and Danish shipyard Hvide Sande worked together to develop design for energy efficient vessel. The car-passenger ferry for Danish shipowner ÆrøXpressen, to be named ÆrøXpressen, will be working on shallow Danish waters, which was a really a challenge in designing.
During the port visit, Oak Hill was able to complete needed maintenance, ensuring the amphibious ship’s sustained operational readiness and ability to complete any U.S. 6th Fleet tasking.
As the Norwegian shipyard Ulstein reported on 4 July, Nexans Subsea Operations placed an order for the construction of a large cable layer with a DP3 dynamic positioning system. A partially outfitted hull will be built in Gdynia.
On May 30, 2018, Energomontaż-Północ Gdynia SA (EPG) signed a contract with the Kværner AS group for the construction of modules for the FPSO unit.
The last load of offshore wind farms foundations for Borkum Riffgrund 2 OWF has been towed out from Szczecin. Thus ST3 Offshore has finished the project for Danish energy company.
As announced late June – US Naval Oceanography’s Fleet Survey Team (FST) and Naval Oceanography Mine Warfare Center (NOMWC) recently returned from Exercise Baltic Operations (BALTOPS), where they executed safety of navigation and mine countermeasure operations in an effort to enhance interoperability with European allies.
Sunday 20 May, 2018 has become another important date in the historical calendar of the maritime Poland. This day, at noon, Dar Młodzieży fully rigged sailing training ship slipped her moorings and set off for the second time in her history to make the Great Circle. Gdynia Maritime University’s (GMU) Shipowning Department […]
Summary of the ”Polish Shipbuilding Industry – Between Security and Economic Development” conference
On 19th June Warsaw Institute for Strategic Initiatives (WISI) organised a conference entitled “Polish Shipbuilding Industry – Between Security and Economic Development”.
State owned Polish Steamship Company (Polsteam or PŻM – Polska Żegluga Morska), based in Szczecin, Poland’s largest shipping company and owner of Unity Line ferry operator, has, together with their partner NED Project (Gdańsk based consulting naval architects), released a video revealing group’s investment plans.
According to report published recently by Actia Forum, 2017 turned out to be record-breaking for polish ports. Annual cargo turnover amounted 87.3 million tones, what indicated 7.8% increase. All polish ports had the highest turnover in history. Gdańsk broke the barrier of 40 mln tonnes. Positive changes were recorded in […]
Polish veteran – one of the last men still alive to see Bismarck defeat – honoured by British sailors
As a headline of recent Royal Navy’s news release says: “Polish naval veteran sets a magnificent Example for patrol boat crew”. This was the case, when the 96-year-old was guest of honour while the Northumbria Universities boat visited the tiny Scottish port of Wick during her Easter deployment.
To be delivered as a partially outfitted unit, the fishing vessel Taits for the Norwegian customer Westcon Yards AS (the first of two similar units on order) was launched on Tuesday, 27 March, 2018, at Remontowa Shipbuilding SA, Gdańsk.
Declaration, signed on Friday, March 23, at JAX Chamber, with the Polish delegation and JAX Alliance leadership (advocacy arm of JAX Chamber), establishes a regular dialogue to explore areas of cooperation with regard to the production, storage, safe handling and use of LNG in various end-use applications.