The car park at Sniezna Street is the first element of a system of buffer car parks for the customers of Gdansk’s port. The number of parking spaces at the Port of Gdansk will be gradually increased.
Ports & Logistics
The Szczecin factory has signed a new contract. This time contractor is a German construction and port company. The contract concerns production of mooring dolphins for the port of Hamburg. Implementation of the contract has already started.
Between March 13th and March 18th 2019, Grupa LOTOS and PGNiG completed two LNG commercial bunkering operations for seagoing ships. These were the first such operations carried out at the sea ports of Gdańsk and Gdynia. LOTOS and PGNiG are set to continue cooperation in LNG bunkering as this will […]
Liquefied natural gas will come to Poland from Norway on March 21, 2019. This is the twelfth spot delivery to the President Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal in Świnoujście since the facility started its operations.
The methane carrier Flex Rainbow transports about 64 thousand tonnes of liquefied natural gas from Sabine Pass, USA. The cargo was purchased as part of a spot transaction. This is the fifth delivery this year so far – three came from the US and two from Qatar. On Tuesday, February […]
Unifeeder, recently acquired by United Arab Emirates based DP World, is to begin operating a direct service between Poland and DP World’s London Gateway facility. The new connection forms part of Unifeeder’s strategy to provide a competitive transport alternative for its customers, as well as ensure a steady flow of cargo […]
The Szczecin-Świnoujście Port Complex noted unprecedented cargo handing volumes in 2018. Cargo handled in the two ports that year exceeded 28.6 m tons. This translates into an increase of 12.5% comparing to 2017.
In 2018 the Port of Gdansk transhipped almost half of the goods that were transported through all Polish ports. Thanks to this it is getting closer and closer to the podium of the largest Baltic ports.
Sea terminals of the OT Logistics Capital Group, the biggest port operator in Poland and a leader in inland shipping in Central and Eastern Europe, take advantage of an upturn in transshipments at ports supported by fast economic growth in Poland. The Group expects that favourable market conditions and the […]
The best performing port, in BIMCO’s Dry Bulk Terminals Vetting Report 2018, is Szczecin in Poland. The report collected input from 144 ships covering 381 terminals. A total of 97% of the reports were rated as average or better, which gave an average rating of 3.6 (out of five). The […]
Polskie LNG has obtained a set of environmental and location decisions for all projects implemented under the LNG Terminal Expansion Program. The environmental permits are final, while the decisions issued by the Governor of West Pomerania are immediately enforceable (which stems directly from the provisions of the Special Act on […]
On Sunday, January 27th 2019, PGNiG Polish Oil and Gas Company will receive another load of liquefied natural gas. It will be the 50th delivery to the President Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal in Świnoujście. Thus the total LNG volume purchased so far by PGNiG will amount to approximately 5.7 bcm […]
The Port of Gdansk has made its debut on the prestigious Lloyd’s List of “One hundred ports 2018”. The Port has ranked 95th in the world’s top container ports.
Buy, sell, ship, establish business relations – just an ordinary day at the Port of Gdansk, and at the same time, a board game scenario. It is one of very few professional port-themed games in the market.
The share of gas imports from Russia in total import volume fell in 2018 to less than 67%. The share of LNG imports increased to over 20%.
Polskie LNG officially informed about launching the tender procedure to select the contractor of the fourth project under the LNG Terminal Expansion Program, i.e. the construction of an additional jetty. The project is implemented in cooperation with the Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority.