As well as providing a connection to the Port of Ploče (Croatia), the A1 motorway will connect four major Bosnian cities: Doboj, Zenica, Sarajevo and Mostar. It also connects Međugorje, Kravice and Počitelj; all of which are world-class tourist destinations.
Category: Maritime Bulletin
Gender equality in shipping and maritime law – Croatian correction of course ahead
Croatia has a very strong tradition both in shipping, as well as in maritime law education, where this highly specialized field of law is taught as a separate subject on all four legal faculties in the country.
China fishing vessel safety workshop looks towards treaty ratification
Participants discussed China’s potential ratification and implementation of fisheries-related conventions aimed at improving safety standards on fishing vessels.
The “16+1” becomes the “17+1”: Greece joins China’s cooperation framework in Central and Eastern Europe
On April 11 and 12, participants met in Dubrovnik for the framework’s 8th Summit, as well as for its 9th Business Forum, where the new member of the Format – Greece was announced.
Szczecin and Świnoujście – an universal ports complex
The universal ports complex of Szczecin and Świnoujście consists of two complementary entities. Port of Szczecin is a multi-cargo port. It consists of areas designated for general cargo and bulk cargo. In terms of general cargo the port handles all kinds of containers, roll-on roll-off cargo and project cargo such as wind tower components for the wind farms and steel constructions.[…]
Port of Gdynia modern, multipurpose and built with passion
Gdynia is a multipurpose port specialising in handling general cargo, especially unitised cargo transported in containers and in the ro-ro system. Container handling is carried out by the two container terminals located in the western part of the port: the Baltic Container Terminal owned by International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) and the Gdynia Container Terminal owned by […]
Port of Gdansk, the oldest and largest Polish seaport
Port of Gdansk is the oldest and largest Polish seaport, dating back to the tenth century. Today the Port of Gdansk is an important logistics hub in Central and Eastern Europe, whose advantageous location has, over the last several years, placed it at the forefront of the fastest growing ports on the Baltic Sea. It […]
Port of Klaipeda
The port of Klaipeda is a state-owned company. Four multimodal solutions, created as part of the “One Belt, One Road” initiative are being developed here. The operation of the port of Klaipeda brings 6% of GDP. Thanks to its good location, the port can serve Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and Great Britain, using the very dense […]
Central Europe via Port of Koper
The port operates all 12 specialized terminals in the multipurpose port, handling all types of cargo: containers, cars and Ro-Ro, various general cargo products, dry bulk, liquid bulk and passengers.
Polish ports – the only ones in the Visegrad Group Region
Poland, with its four large seaports in Gdańsk, Gdynia, Szczecin and Świnoujście, is the only country of the Visegrad Group that has access to the sea. The largest port, with 44% of the domestic market share, is located in Gdańsk, and it is the second largest container hub of the Baltic Sea, handling almost 1.5 […]