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EPG delivered accommodation module for Maersk Guardian rig

Energomontaż-Północ Gdynia accomplished construction of the accommodation block for Maersk Guardian drilling rig. After loading process, which lasted two days, finally the module onboard a…

First female ROV pilot is Polish

In an industry that isn’t generally attractive to women, a recent graduate of Fugro’s ROV training course is a driven woman, passionate about exploring the…

Another partly outfitted hull for Scottish yard from Szczecin

On 19 July, 2016, launching of a partly outfitted hull of the ship took place in Szczecin again. This time it happened to be a 30-meter…

Iran wants to cooperate with Polish shipyards and refineries

On July 28, 2016 a Polish state-owned Nauta shiprepair yard concluded a cooperation agreement with Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL). The agreement provides…

The Port of Gdansk at the Maritime Silk Road International Forum in China

The Maritime Silk Road Port International Cooperation Forum was held several days ago in China. This was the second edition of the event, which brought…

Stena Line methanol project shortlisted for Global Freight Awards

Stena Line has been shortlisted in two categories for this year’s prestigious Global Freight Awards run in association with Lloyds List – Stena Line revealed…

Topside with living quarters partly fabricated in MSR Gryfia installed on Ivar Aasen

The Ivar Aasen topside is in place on the field at UtsiraHight. Approximately 15,000 tons was lifted onto the jacket with first oil expected in…

14 companies want to make dreams of Świnoujście inhabitants come true

Fourteen companies want to design and build the tunnel in Świnoujście (West Pomerania) – announced the General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways in Poland….

RMDC unveils new design proposals for the Polish Navy

Remontowa Marine Design & Consulting (RMDC), the Remontowa Holding’s in-house design company presented new designs of combat and navy support vessels. Taking into consideration challenges…

More land for the development of the Port of Gdynia

On 12 July the Governor of Pomerania handed over the ground of a total area of 11,817 m² to the Port of Gdynia Authority S.A….

Poland’s shipbuilding industry with sales of EUR 2.5 billion in 2015

The Association of Polish Maritime Industries Forum Okrętowe has recently published a report on the Polish shipbuilding industry in 2015. The estimations are based on…

DCT’s state-of-the-art STS cranes already on rails

T2 investment has reached a decisive vertical dimension. Three STS cranes, which in May had arrived dismantled by sea for the second berth of DCT…

Port of Gdansk: Nearly 18 million tonnes of cargo handled in the 1st half of 2016

The past six months of this year were undoubtedly successful for the Port of Gdansk, as the volume of transshipments handled during that time reached…

Maritime minister hopes, EC decision on shipyard act will be positive

Interview with Krzysztof Kozłowski, deputy minister of maritime economy and inland navigation in Poland. – At what stage are the arrangements with the European Commission…

FPF-1 towed out of Remontowa SA for final marine system trials

The FPF-1 floating production facility has completed the required inclining test as planned and departed the Remontowa Shiprepair Yard in Gdansk. As Ithaca Energy Inc….

Agility strengthens its position in Africa

Leading global logistics provider Agility announced that it has formed a joint venture in South Africa with Super Group, the leader in South Africa’s supply…

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