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.
The call of the Astoria inaugurated the cruise season at the Port of Gdansk. This year, a record number of cruise ships will moor at its quays.
On March 21, after the refurbishment, the passenger and car ferry Princess Anastasia, belonging to Moby SPL, left the Gdańsk based shiprepair yard. This is the first ship of this shipowner at Remontowa SA so far.
The Port of Gdansk Authority took on the preparation of a feasibility study for the modernisation of the Vistula (Wisła River). The task will be commissioned to a suitable contractor. Four bids were submitted for the tender.
The Port of Gdansk Authority SA (PGA) and Krajowa Spolka Cukrowa SA signed an agreement on a lease of property for the construction of a new transshipment and shipping terminal along with access infrastructure intended for handling the transport of sugar. The new facility will be located right next to […]
Engineering and construction support contract for Viking Line newbuilding, announced in July, strengthened Deltamarin’s position as a leader among consulting naval architects in this modern sector of the maritime industry.
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 28 June 2017, the container giant owned by OOCL (Orient Overseas Container Line) called at the DCT deepwater terminal. It is the world’s largest vessel of this type. OOLC Hong Kong is the newest ship of the shipping market’s container fleet, constructed in South Korea in 2017 by the […]
The first call of the container shipping alliance at the port, announced several months ago, became a fact on 9 May. On this day, the OOCL Tianjin ocean ship called at the DCT container terminal, inaugurating yet another regular container link between Gdansk and Asia. This time, it was the […]
The Port of Gdansk Authority (PGA SA) has presented the development plan for the port. It includes, among other things, expansion of the port and its capacity with other deep-water transshipment quays and the establishment of the Central Port. There are also plans to build a new Ro-Ro terminal in […]
Damen Marine Components (DMC) Gdańsk, one of the Damen Shipyards Group’s locations for the production of high quality, high precision steel components including propeller nozzles, rudder installations and cranes, has received EN 1090 and ISO 3834 certifications. DMC Gdańsk supplies a wide range of top quality components to shipyards all […]
Starting from September 2017, Finnlines will lengthen four of its “Breeze” class vessels, with an option of two additional ship. This will increase vessel capacity around 1,000 lane metres. Finnlines has signed a contract with Remontowa SA shipyard in Gdansk, Poland where the actual work will commence in mid September […]