Only three weeks separate us from the Transport Week 2019. The ninth edition of the Baltic region’s hallmark transport event, will be held on 5-7 March at the Courtyard Marriott Gdynia Waterfront hotel in Gdynia, Poland. Join us for the latest insights on port investments, environmental project and more.
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 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.
The construction of the vessel M/S Color Hybrid reached an important milestone Monday, 16 April. It marked the start of assembly of the 14 large blocks at the shipyard Crist in Gdynia, Poland. The ship is contracted by Color Line at Ulstein Yard and the hull will be towed to […]
On 17 March 2018, Lindblad Expeditions Holdings, Inc., a global provider of expedition cruises and adventure travel experiences, and Ulstein Group, Norwegian shipbuilder and ship designer, celebrated the keel laying of Lindblad’s first polar new build.
Order for two Maritime Authorities’ multipurpose buoy tender vessels placed at Remontowa Shipbuilding SA
On March 5, 2018, at headquarters of Szczecin Maritime Authority (Urząd Morski w Szczecinie), a contract was signed for construction and delivery of two multipurpose vessels for Maritime Authorities in Szczecin and Gdynia. The contracted vessels will be built at Remontowa Shipbuilding SA, according to design developed by Remontowa Marine Design & Consulting (RMDC) – both based in Gdańsk and being […]
With four drone types in its arsenal, DNV GL has adapted its survey technology to various ship structures. Recently DNV GL reached a new milestone with its first offshore drone survey.
Container feeder and short sea shipping vessel operators Containerships and Viasea Shipping have partnered up on a new route to Norway. As revealed in official press release, the partnership will enable the two shipping companies to offer, what they believe is, the market’s best shortsea solution between Norway, Poland and the Baltic countries.
On December 22, 2017, the choice of the best offer was announced by Szczecin Maritime Authority, within the procurement procedure PO-II-370/ZZP-3/36/17 concerning granting the public order for: “The construction of two multipurpose vessels”.
After this summer a fourth vessel will be joining the route between Gdynia and Karlskrona. The decision is based on continuous strong growth within the freight business. In 2016 the number of freight units on the route increased significantly and in the first five months in 2017 the growth continues.
On April 27th, 2017 at around 1:30 p.m., a floating dock no 1 located at Nauta Ship Repair in Gdynia with a Norwegian tanker under the repair gradually tilted and finally came to rest on its side, at a depth of about 10 metres. The dock didn’t capesize as some […]
As revealed on March 2, 2017, on February 21, the US Department of Justice decided to approve the establishment of G2 Ocean, to be formed by renowned bulk carriers operators Grieg Star and Gearbulk, known especially for their large open-hatch vessels. Anti-trust authorities in Poland, Germany and Brazil have already approved G2 […]