This time, the significant batch of US Army’s vehicles, including combat ones, and equipment, was brought to Gdansk, Poland, onboard vehicle carrier (PC/TC) Liberty Pride (21 233 dwt capacity, 6545 standard personal cars capacity), which was berthed at DCT Gdansk on August 26-28.
Finnish cargo ro-ro Finnsky, owned by the Finnish shipowner, is the third unit that has been recently lengthened at Remontowa SA shiprepair yard in Gdansk. Earlier, the shipyard extended two other, sister ships of the same owner: Finntide and Finnwave. The third Finnlines’ vessel left the yard on March 28, […]
Finnlines has entrusted Remontowa Shiprepair Yard SA in Gdansk, with the task of lengthening its two ro-ro vessels Finnbreeze and Finnsea, as a continuation of the lengthening programme executed at the Polish yard. The Finnlines’ EUR 70 million Energy Efficiency and Emission Reduction Investment Programme started in 2017 with the […]
The Port of Gdansk Authority is one of two Polish companies to receive funds from the Connecting Europe Facility, within the framework of the CEF Blending priority. As recently announced the Port of Gdansk has been granted EUR 20 million in the competition.
In October 2017, the Port of Gdansk achieved record results in transshipments, yet again. The amount of goods transported via the port kept growing visibly with each month in all cargo groups, particularly in the case of general cargo and cars. This has already become a permanent trend in the […]
Still this year construction works related to new public ferry terminal in the port of Gdynia are scheduled to commence – as revealed by Adam Meller, president of Port of Gdynia Authority – PGA (Zarząd Morskiego Portu Gdynia – ZMPG), in his recent statement for Polish Press Agency. The construction is […]
As of the end of the first decade of October – the first of the ships to be lengthened has already been cut in two and its new midship section is being integrated with the aft section on a floating dock, while the bow part of the ship, floated, with […]
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.
Another handling record was reached in Polish sea ports, with a barrier of 80 million tons of yearly turnover breached. Gdańsk remained Poland’s biggest sea port with over 37 million tons handled. All ports recorded a rise in cargo handled. Additional 2 million tons in Gdańsk, 1.7 million tons in […]
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 […]
The Port of Gdansk’s network of regular maritime connections was enriched by yet another link, this time of the Ro-Ro type, operated by Bahri (The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia). The company’s decision to include the Port of Gdansk in its network of regular shipping links is closely connected, […]