The agreement provides for the use of the potential of Gdańsk Shipyard and Szczecin Shipyard in order to build a strong position on the European and global shipbuilding market. The companies will share their experience in the field of infrastructure, portfolio and qualifications of crew, among others, in order to […]
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.
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 […]
In July 2016, Minister Marek Grobarczyk visited Iceland. The Polish visit of Kristján Þór Júlíusson, Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture of the Republic of Iceland, was the official return visit of the Icelandic delegation. The main theme of the visit was cooperation in the area of fishery, the shipbuilding sector, […]
Every two years BALTEXPO International Maritime Exhibition in Poland gives us insight into one of the most promising and prospective market in Europe when it comes to shipbuilding, inland waterways and port infrastructure. Maritime economy and inland navigation is one of the priorities for new Polish government, which (eg. through […]
On July 28, 2016 a Polish state-owned Nauta shiprepair yard concluded a cooperation agreement with Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL). The agreement provides for newbuildings and repair of ships operated by the IRISL Group. Details of the agreement are to be discussed and clarified in the coming two […]