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26
Sep

Bold offensive of Gdynia Port – a chance for development of ocean transport?

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Gdynia Port has aspirations to become the second-biggest deep-water container seaport in Poland until 2027. The deadline has been set in the Gdynia Port Strategic Development plan. The management of the seaport underlines the newly-created objective as necessary to remain in the lead of the Baltic Sea container seaports.   In 2003, the Gdynia seaport […]

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19
Sep

Good Results Of LCL Rail Shipments

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227.000 units – this is the number of transports achieved by rail carriers in the second quarter of 2016. Calculated into TEU units (1TEU unit = standard 20-feet container), the result boasts 343.000TEU. The Office of Rail Transport compared the result to the same period of time in 2015, and has noted that rail carriers […]

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11
Sep

Project amendment concerning Ministry of Maritime Economy – a chance for quicker development?

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On Monday, the Polish Lower House (Sejm) ordered the Administration and Internal Affairs to start working on amendments to Ministry of Maritime Economy. The deputy representative applicant, Marcin Horała, underlined that the main purpose of the new project is to enhance the powers and competences of Ministry of Maritime and Inland Waterway Economy.     […]

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