Already from August 15, 2018 Stena Line route from Gdynia to Nynäshamn will be strengthen by the new larger ship. Vikingland, a bigger ro-ro unit, will replace Bore Bay and will add to the freight capacity of the route by as much as 30 percent.
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.
Remontowa Shipbuilding, a member of the Remontowa Holding capital group, signed two contracts for the construction of four double ended diesel electric hybrid ferries for Norled. The first contract was signed on 11th July 2018 and the second one a few weeks later on 1st August 2018.
In July 2018, C.Hartwig Gdynia, one of leaders in the international container freight forwarding market in Poland, celebrated its 160th anniversary. Information on the old and present history of the company is available in Gdynia InfoBox. The exhibition will be presented until 18 August.
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 […]
Polsteam informs that it provides passenger cabins on its merchant ships.
Agencja Rozwoju Przemysłu SA (Industrial Development Agency JSC – IDA) acquired 81.05 % of shares in Stocznia Gdańsk SA and 50 % of shares in GSG Towers Sp. z o.o. from Gdańsk Shipyard Group Sp. z o.o., controlled by the Ukrainian investor Serhiy Taruta. As a result, the former cradle […]
June 1 this year saw the launching, with the use of one of the MSR Gryfa floating docks in Szczecin, of a partially outfitted inland waterways chemical tanker built at Partner Stocznia Sp. z o.o. from Police, near Szczecin, for customers in the Netherlands.
Gaz-System has accepted the variant of the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline routing, proposed by the contractor of technical and environmental documentation – Ramboll. The indicated route has been analyzed primarily in terms of environmental, technical and socio-economic aspects.
The Danish shipyard Karstensens Skibsværft A/S announced in June the establishment of a subsidiary in Gdynia under the name Karstensen Shipyard Poland. It will be building hulls in Poland for large fishing vessels to be outfitted by a Danish company.
On June 9, 2018, Fenja tug set off from Gdansk to Ulsteinvik in Norway with a towed pontoon-barge and deck cargo of Montex Shipyard built partially outfitted sections for a cruise ship with a total mass of 2,500 tons for Norwegian customer.
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.