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SeaEurope delegates with accompanying persons in front of the National Maritime Museum in Gdansk. Photo: Grzegorz Landowski

General Assembly of SEA Europe in Gdansk

On 16-18 June 2016 in Gdansk the General Assembly of SEA Europe, the European Ships and Maritime Equipment Association was held. Delegates from 17 member countries together with their accompanying persons arrived in the city at the Motława river to discuss the current situation in the global shipbuilding industry, with […]

A view of the Ostrow Island in Gdansk where the headquarters of Remontowa Holding group is located with the two largest Polish shipyards for which the new law may bring a beneficial effect.

Polish Sejm passed a Shipyard Act

On the 6th of July 2016 the Sejm (the lower chamber of the Polish parliament) passed a Shipyard Act. There were 290 votes in favour, 30 against with 131 abstentions. The Act on activisation of the shipbuilding industry with complementary industries is one of the most important flagship projects of […]

The letter of intent was signed by (from the right to the left): Jarosław Flont - CEO of Remontowa SA, Sławomir Latos - CEO of Nauta SA and Marek Różalski, CEO of Gryfia SA. Photo: media release

Revolutionary ferries will be built in Poland? Letter of intent signed!

On Thursday, June 9, 2016, in a political show off (backing the Polish government’s shipbuilding industry revival program), in the presence of Polish prime minister Beata Szydlo, during the 4th “International Maritime Congress” held in Szczecin, a letter of intent was signed by Polska Zegluga Baltycka (Polferries), the Polish Development Fund and […]