On July 1st, C.Hartwig Gdynia, one of leaders in the international container freight forwarding market in Poland, celebrated its 160th anniversary. On this occasion, in Gdynia, we may expect exhibitions related to the company’s history and its current operations.
As announced late June – US Naval Oceanography’s Fleet Survey Team (FST) and Naval Oceanography Mine Warfare Center (NOMWC) recently returned from Exercise Baltic Operations (BALTOPS), where they executed safety of navigation and mine countermeasure operations in an effort to enhance interoperability with European allies.
Sunday 20 May, 2018 has become another important date in the historical calendar of the maritime Poland. This day, at noon, Dar Młodzieży fully rigged sailing training ship slipped her moorings and set off for the second time in her history to make the Great Circle. Gdynia Maritime University’s (GMU) Shipowning Department […]
Polish Oil & Gas Company (PGNiG) and Port Arthur LNG, a subsidiary of Sempra LNG & Midstream, today announced they have entered into an agreement relating to the terms of delivery of liquefied natural gas from the Port Arthur liquefaction facility.
Summary of the ”Polish Shipbuilding Industry – Between Security and Economic Development” conference
On 19th June Warsaw Institute for Strategic Initiatives (WISI) organised a conference entitled “Polish Shipbuilding Industry – Between Security and Economic Development”.
OT Port Świnoujście, a member of the OT Logistics Capital Group, opened a new grain elevator which will increase the Group’s capacity to handle agricultural products. The total investment cost at the Chemików Wharf in Świnoujście, co-financed by the Szczecin Świnoujście Seaports Authority, amounted to nearly PLN 47 million.
The expansion of the Polnocne Quay is one of the largest projects carried out by the Port of Gdansk Authority. The PGA has just announced a call for tenders in order to find a contractor for the investment.
Protea performed a modification of crane winches on Wind Lift 1 jack-up, a specialized vessel for construction of offshore wind farms with a 500T capacity crane.
State owned Polish Steamship Company (Polsteam or PŻM – Polska Żegluga Morska), based in Szczecin, Poland’s largest shipping company and owner of Unity Line ferry operator, has, together with their partner NED Project (Gdańsk based consulting naval architects), released a video revealing group’s investment plans.
On April 19, 2018, in the premises of Szczecin Industrial Park on the slipway Wulkan Nowy, partly equipped fishing vessel Ora et Labora was launched, with a launching weight of approx. 260 tons. Launching was done by transfer from the assembly yard by the building berth / slipway to the water with […]
The Management Board of the ZAMET S.A. company, which is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, has announced that it intends to look for a strategic investor for the Mostostal Chojnice plant that would be interested in acquiring its plant or the company, as part of which the plant in […]
Lotos Asfalt and PGNiG Obrót Detaliczny – companies from the Lotos and PGNiG capital groups – will jointly offer a bunkering service with LNG coming from a gas terminal in Świnoujście. The cooperation agreement was signed on April 19 this year during a conference devoted to the future of LNG […]