The Port of Gdansk is to undergo a huge expansion programme as an outcome of successful high-level meetings between Polish government, port and industry representatives and their Singaporean counterparts last week.
Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis visits COSCO headquarters in Shanghai
COSCO President Xu Lirong thanked the Greek Prime Minister for swiftly approving the new investment plan, and the two men agreed that the two sides’ common goal is to make Piraeus the first port in Europe.
Port in Bar surges to record results
We’ve negotiated a dispute settlement with Port of Adria. We also have agreed business projects. One of them is conclusion of the contract with HBIS Ironworks Smederevo company on the transshipment of the iron ore. We’ve established a contact and agreed on the cooperation conditions. Signing of the contract with ZIJiN RTB Bor on the import of copper concentrate is coming next”, pointed out Mr Vučelić, company’s CEO.
The Year 2019 abounds in Polish – Greek bilateral relations in the field of maritime economy
In the area of maritime economy this year confirms the exceptionally good and strong relations between both countries. The recent meetings are continuation of consolidating and expanding these relationships.
Shipping is key to achieve economic growth in the Central and Eastern Europe and China
Shipping in the 17 + 1 countries for the sake of being an important source of employment and income has always been the key to achieving prosperity and economic growth. In rapidly developing countries, investment in human capital plays a key role in economic development. The current changes and the growing importance of the Polish maritime economy create new perspectives for women in the maritime industry.
A glance at the maritime economy from a women perspective
The year 2019 was established by the IMO International Maritime Organization as the year of recognizing the importance of the role of women in maritime economy. Highly qualified women who managed to gain their place on the maritime labor market showed their strength, qualifications and determination in gaining a high professional position. Women in Poland, Romania and China are leaders in this respect. The current UN, IMO trends, the emerging new formula of the sustainable, safe and ecological shipping, seem to be an opportunity to increase the participation of high qualified women on the maritime labor market.
3rd CEEC – China Transport Ministers’ Meeting was held in Belgrade
The official opening was made by Aleksandar Vučić, President of Serbia and Zorana Mihajlović, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure. The Chinese side was represented by Mr. Li Xiaopeng, Minister of Transport.
The Baltic Ports Conference 2018 will be held in Szczecin, Poland
The Baltic Ports Conference 2018 will be held on 5-7 September in Szczecin, Poland. The BPC2018 will tackle multiple issues currently relevant to the maritime sector in the Europe and the Baltic region.
The modernization of the Świnoujście – Szczecin seaway – the contractor has been chosen
On July 31, 2018 has been selected an offer within the public procurement procedure for the design and execution of construction and dredging works regarding the investment under the name: Modernization of the Świnoujście – Szczecin fairway to a depth of 12.5 m. The entity selected for the implementation of the work is a Belgian-Dutch […]
Very good situation of Polish ports – next records in transshipments
Polish seaports Gdańsk, Gdynia and Szczecin-Świnoujście are breaking records in transshipment of imported and exported goods. With each month, the number of tons increases, which remains in the circulation of the leading entities in this sector. According to data of the Polish Central Statistical Office, after the first half of 2018, the largest quantities of […]