Poland’s maritime industry plays a significant role in the country’s economy, leveraging its strategic access to the Baltic Sea and extensive coastline. The industry encompasses various sectors, including shipping, port operations, shipbuilding, maritime logistics, and maritime services. The Port of Gdansk stands as Poland’s largest and busiest port, serving as a vital maritime gateway for international trade. Renowned for its modern facilities and efficient operations, Gdansk Port handles diverse cargo, including containers, bulk goods, and Ro-Ro traffic, driving Poland’s economic growth and enhancing connectivity with global markets. Additionally, Poland’s shipbuilding sector focuses on specialized vessels and marine equipment, supported by skilled workforce and innovative technology. The country’s commitment to sustainability is evident in its efforts to modernize port infrastructure and adopt digital solutions in maritime operations, ensuring the industry’s resilience and competitiveness in the global market.

Major Ports supported
  1. Port of Gdansk: Poland’s largest and busiest port on the Baltic Sea, the Port of Gdansk is a vital maritime gateway facilitating diverse cargo operations. Renowned for its modern facilities and strategic location, it drives Poland’s international trade and economic growth, handling containers, bulk goods, and Ro-Ro traffic.
  2. Port of Gdynia: Situated adjacent to Gdansk, the Port of Gdynia is another major maritime hub, specializing in container handling, general cargo, and passenger traffic. With modern infrastructure and efficient operations, Gdynia Port plays a crucial role in Poland’s maritime trade and connectivity with global markets.
  3. Port of Szczecin: Located in the northwest of Poland, the Port of Szczecin is a major maritime hub handling diverse cargo, including containers, bulk goods, and liquid bulk. With modern facilities and strategic connections to inland waterways, Szczecin Port facilitates regional trade and industrial activities.
  4. Port of Swinoujscie: Situated near the German border, the Port of Swinoujscie is a significant maritime gateway specializing in bulk cargo, particularly coal and chemicals. Renowned for its deep-water berths and efficient operations, Swinoujscie Port plays a crucial role in Poland’s energy sector and regional trade networks.
Services offered

Annual and 5-Yearly inspections – Lifesaving Appliances and Equipment: Life boat, Life Raft, Firefighting Appliances and Equipment, Davits, Replacement of retrieval systems, Cargo services, Flag state inspections, Caliberations and Automation, Load testing.