Statement of the Port of Gdansk on the Rainbow Warrior III 05.09.2019 Following the statement sent to the media by Greenpeace, the Port of Gdansk Authority SA hereby declares as follows: The official request for an unspecified quay to be made available for mooring was submitted to the PGA on Friday, 30 […]
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During two joint actions, officers of the CSEB and the Fund for the Protection of the Treasury took over 15 million cigarettes worth about PLN 11 million and over 20 tons of tobacco, the press officer of the Central Investigation Bureau of the Police, Iwona Jurkiewicz, told PAP. State Treasury […]
The new AE19 service complements Maersk’s current Asia-Europe product offering based on conventional ocean services and offers highly competitive transit times from Asia to major ports in Europe. Gdansk, Poland — On 7th August 2019, Maersk’s new AE19 service arrived at the port of Gdansk, carrying cargo which had been […]
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, […]
On Tuesday, 18 June in Gdansk Business Incubator STARTER took place a conference devoted to the maritime and logistics industry. During the meeting, the latest technological solutions were presented, among others, in the port segment. Among the panelists of “Future vision of port industry” were representatives of foreign entities, including […]
The Port of Gdansk Authority has been working on the concept of development of the Central Port for nearly a year. Work on the execution of the project is set to begin this year.
The Port of Gdansk was visited by MPs from the Czech Republic, the Marshal of the Senate of the Republic of Poland, and the Pomeranian Governor. During the meeting, the transport potential and the handling capacity of Gdansk’s port were presented in the context of trade between Poland and the […]
This year’s first cruise ship will call at the Port of Gdansk at the end of April. The 221-metre long Magellan is scheduled to arrive on 28 April. Later, Gdansk will be visited, among others, by the newest vessel owned by Viking Cruises. The season will end in October.
The head of government visited the DCT container terminal at the Port of Gdansk. The PM was accompanied by the Minister of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation, Marek Grobarczyk.
The car park at Sniezna Street is the first element of a system of buffer car parks for the customers of Gdansk’s port. The number of parking spaces at the Port of Gdansk will be gradually increased.
In 2018 the Port of Gdansk transhipped almost half of the goods that were transported through all Polish ports. Thanks to this it is getting closer and closer to the podium of the largest Baltic ports.
The Port of Gdansk has made its debut on the prestigious Lloyd’s List of “One hundred ports 2018”. The Port has ranked 95th in the world’s top container ports.
Buy, sell, ship, establish business relations – just an ordinary day at the Port of Gdansk, and at the same time, a board game scenario. It is one of very few professional port-themed games in the market.
The transshipment volume at the Port of Gdansk keeps increasing. Thanks to the result for the first half of the year, Gdansk’s port managed to go up by two positions in the ranking of the Baltic Sea’s largest ports. This new record brings it closer to the very top.
Intensive work on the conversion of the road and railway network at the Port of Gdansk is under way. The foundation stone for the construction of a new flyover at the Port Polnocny has just been laid.
The Port of Gdansk gains a new regular shipping link. This time – to Denmark and western and northern Norway.