On 21st February 2018, the Polish Register of Shipping received the official authorization of the Ports and Maritime Administration (PMO) of Islamic Republic of Iran. Thereby, the PRS joined the group of 8 other classification societies, that are recognized by that state.
Newbuilding Department of Nauta Shipyard does not slow down. Just a few weeks ago the launching of a pelagic trawler had taken place in Gdańsk, and 23rd of February another partly outfitted fishing unit for one of western Europe shipyards was launched from B3 slipway.
As a leading publisher of B2B press and trade fair publications in Poland, in 2018 we are preparing three special editions of the Poland@SEA magazine to be distributed at the following events: BALT-MILITARY-EXPO, Gdansk, Poland 25 – 27 June ONS, Stavanger, Norway 27 – 30 August SMM, Hamburg, Germany 4 […]
According to data released by The Association of Polish Maritime Industries, total sales value in Poland’s marine industry including newbuilding yards, repair and conversion yards as well as equipment manufacturers and suppliers in 2016 amounted to EUR 2,65 bn (PLN 10,6 bn).
In recent days Nauta Shiprepair Yard has signed two contracts for building partly outfitted fishing trawlers. Both vessels have been ordered by the Danish shipyard – Karstensens Skibsvaerft AS.
The Port of Gdansk will soon turn into a construction site. During a recent press conference, the Board of PGA SA summarised 2017 investments and presented the plan for 2018.
The load out of jacket foundations for Ørsted (ex DONG Energy) is going on. Operation is proceeding succesfully – two from three jackets are already on the barge. If the weather will be favourable, all three constructions should be ready for transport the middle of the week.
The 21.2 million tons of cargo trans-shipped by the Port of Gdynia in 2017 is a record in the port history. It is accompanied by the excellent financial results of the Port of Gdynia Authority S.A. with a net profit of more than PLN 77 million, which is as much […]
First of two new hybrid ships for Hurtigruten was launched at Kleven Yards on February 17.
Since the beginning of 2018, Remontowa SA has enjoyed a real ferry parade. Within just one day – on Thursday, January 11, three ferries entered the yard, two of which operate quite far away on a daily basis.
In 2017 DCT Gdansk saw a growth rate of 24%, with volumes growing to just under 1.6 million TEU (20-foot equivalent unit).
The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules Polish support to SMEs in the shipbuilding sector. This measure will encourage new investment and benefit regional development in Poland.