The shooting of a full-length documentary about former employees of the Gdańsk Shipyard, participants of the breakthrough events of 1970-1980 for Poland and the world. The production was supported, among others, by the Gdańsk authorities and two Gdańsk companies running the project of building a new district of the Młode […]
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Representatives of the Port of Gdańsk Authority and Gdańsk Shipyard signed a letter of intent. The shipyard is interested in investing in production areas in the Central Port. The Central Port will be one of the largest and most modern maritime investments in Europe. On over 400 hectares of landed land, […]
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 […]
On March 15, 2018, tug Frigga with a partially equipped Lagatun double-ended ferry on tow arrived in Gursken, Norway. The ferry was built at Montex Shipyard in Gdańsk, commissioned by the Mvlebust Verft AS, branch of the Kleven group.
The GSG Towers company, part of the Gdańsk Shipyard Group, has signed a contract with Bladt Industries for the construction of three halves of transformer stations aimed at servicing “Hornsea”, or the largest offshore wind farm in the world. The parts to be produced in Gdańsk will weigh 536 tonnes […]