According to the plans, the deep-water container terminal is to enable access to the largest container ships that are able to sail on the Baltic Sea.
A visit of scientists from China at the Maritime University of Szczecin
The visit took place on 17-19 June 2019. During the meetings with the university authorities, the guests discussed, among others, opportunities to develop cooperation between universities.
Increasing level of cooperation between Maritime University of Szczecin and Zhejiang Ocean University
From 12th and 16th of May the delegation of Zhejiang Ocean University in China have paid a visit in Szczecin, where it met the authorities of Maritime University. The purpose of the meeting was to clarify the scope of collaboration between universities which is to start in academic year 2019/20. Apart from scientific studies and […]
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 […]
World Maritime Day Parallel Event 2018 in Szczecin. The most important maritime event of the United Nations has just ended!
Debates with attendance of 15 ministers from all over the world, world-class experts and more than 800 domestic and foreign participants as well as discussions on the most important challenges facing maritime economies nowadays were the results of the World Maritime Day Parallel Event 2018 in Szczecin, which was held on June 13-16 and was organized by the Ministry of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation of Poland in cooperation with the International Maritime Organization (IMO), a specialized agency of the United Nations.
About the ‘16+1’ format during the World Maritime Day Parallel Event 2018 in Szczecin
On the margins of the World Maritime Day Parallel Event 2018 in Szczecin was held a meeting on maritime issues within the ’16+1′ format. The theme of the discussion was „Seaports on the routes of the Belt and Road Initiative”.
The Szczecin-Świnoujście and Klaipeda seaports are enhancing mutual cooperation
During the official visit of Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to Vilnius there was signed the Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation between the authorities of Szczecin-Świnoujście and Klaipeda seaports. The document was signed in the presence of Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Saulius Skvernelis, Prime Minister of Lithuania.