Supply of a submarine rescue vessel (code name “Ratownik”), with option for another unit, is the scope of agreement signed on December 27, 2017, at MoD. The value of the contract is reported to be PLN 755 m.
The steel cutting ceremony of the first polar new build in the Lindblad Expeditions – National Geographic fleet was carried out on Friday morning, 5 January 2018 at Crist SA yard, Gdynia, Poland. The vessel, yard number 312 at Ulstein Verft, will be ready for her first expeditions in 2020.
OT Logistics raises stake in Luka Rijeka, sells part of shares to Polish International Development Fund
The OT Logistics company announced on December 29, 2017, it has undertaken to sell, within 10 days, 8.75% shares in the Croatian port operator Luka Rijeka to Fundusz Ekspansji Zagranicznej FIZ (Polish International Development Fund) managed by PFR TFI. The transaction value amounts to about PLN 33 million.
C.Hartwig Gdynia, a leading Polish and international fright forwarder from OT Logistics Capital Group, merges with Sealand Logistics, its subsidiary specialising in international container freight forwarding. Formally the merger took place at the beginning of 2018.
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.
Remontowa LNG Systems Ltd. announced that effective from December 1, 2017 it commenced implementing of the new pilot project called “Construction of a pilot docking station, as part of an LNG distribution system based on cryogenic tank containers”.
On December 17, 2017, after a weeklong tow from Gdansk, a partially outfitted live fish carrier arrived to Larsnes Mek. Verksted AS yard, after delivery from Marine Projects Ltd. yard, established in 1989.
Nearly 23.5 m ton of cargo have been handled at quays of the Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority (ZMPSiŚ). This translates into an increase of over 5% comparing with a corresponding period of last year.
In a little under two years, in the 3rd quarter of 2020, the Port of Gdansk is planning to put the modernised and expanded Oliwskie Quay into operation. The company put a contract out to tender and potential contractors can submit offers to 12 January. It is yet another investment […]
Offshore is developing much more dynamically that any other electricity production technology in the world – persuades Polish Wind Energy Association – PWEA (Polskie Stowarzyszenie Energetyki Wiatrowej – PSEW). This was rationale behind Offshore Wind Energy Workgroup being established at PEWA.
Protea delivered a 23 t RAM luffing crane with boom length of 31,5 m for a jack-up barge working in the Arabian Gulf
As announced at the beginning of December – Zamet Industry SA completed the production of frames for subsea oil production and processing systems for the Kaombo project off the coast of Angola. The contract with the Norwegian company Aker Solutions has been carried out by Zamet since July 2015 and […]
On December 2, 2017 Montex yard in Gdansk Northern Port was left, after skidding from quay onto a pontoon-barge, partly outfitted vessel Aqua Merdø destined for Norwegian yard. It was towed to Gdynia for launching in syncrolift at Naval Shipyard.
Finnlines’ EUR 70 million Energy Efficiency and Emission Reduction Investment Programme is progressing well – first lengthened vessel has been redelivered from shipyard – Remontowa SA in Gdansk, Poland.
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 Polish Oil and Gas Company Group (PGNiG) has signed a five-year contract for LNG supply sourced from Sabine Pass LNG Terminal, USA, with Centrica LNG Company Limited (Centrica).