The Port of Gdansk’s presence in China is becoming more and more noticeable. After the opening of the business office in Shanghai, representatives of the Port of Gdansk Authority were invited to sit down to talks by one of the Chinese provinces.
Ports & Logistics
In the summer season of 2017, more than twice as many cruise ships as the average in previous years called at Gdansk’s port. In 2018, that record was broken once again.
Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) and Cheniere Marketing International LLP have signed a long-term agreement for supplies of liquefied natural gas from the USA.
Cooperation between China and the Port of Gdansk is growing more and more each year. After the marketing success during this year’s CILF 2018 industry fair in China, the time has come to open the Port’s business office in Asia. It will be the first one representing the Polish port […]
The United Arab Emirates is a new source of oil supplies to PKN Orlen. This time the refinery in Płock will receive one million barrels, i.e. approximately 130,000 tonnes, of crude oil. The supply, expected to reach Naftoport at the end of November or beginning of December, was arranged […]
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 […]
The Association of Polish Maritime Industries (Forum Okrętowe) released information on the production and orderbook of Polish shipyards in 2017, worked out in cooperation with PortalMorski.pl, the largest maritime portal on the Internet in Poland.
This time, the significant batch of US Army’s vehicles, including combat ones, and equipment, was brought to Gdansk, Poland, onboard vehicle carrier (PC/TC) Liberty Pride (21 233 dwt capacity, 6545 standard personal cars capacity), which was berthed at DCT Gdansk on August 26-28.
The Port of Gdansk has totalled its transshipments for the first half of 2018 and the half-year result is nearly 20% higher than predicted. Gdansk also achieved the highest growth dynamics among the Baltic ports.
On 12 July 2018, Port of Gdynia Authority SA purchased from the Ship repair yard NAUTA SA the perpetual usufruct right to real properties and vacant sites with a total land area of 61,935 square meters, including real property ownership rights to buildings, facilities and other equipment located there, at […]
In the coming years, the port premises will undergo more transformations. The Port of Gdansk has signed a contract for the expansion and modernisation of the road and rail network in the Outer Port.