Sectoral agreements for the development of wind energy and hydrogen
Listen to the interview with the CEO of PMTF on Radio Gdańsk.
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International Conference on Postgraduate Research in MaritimeTechnology
The PostGradMarTech 2021 conference will be held online on November 3-4. It is organized by the Society of Polish Naval Architects and Marine Engineers KORAB in cooperation with the Royal (...)
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Eleship. Thanks to their system, laying cables on the ship will no longer be a puzzle
Eleship has created innovative software - ELRoute 2.0 - that will facilitate the work of engineers, designers, shipbuilders and shipowners, in managing cables on vessels. The data will be in (...)
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Over 90 meters long fishing vessel was launched at Karstensen Shipyard Gdynia
The launching of the fishing vessel for the shipowner Astrid Fiskeri A/S was completed on October 10 in Gdynia. The home port of the unit will be the Danish Skagen. (...)
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8th International Maritime Congress. Experts: We are not ready for the IMF
The supply plan should include companies that meet the conditions of equal competition, i.e. companies that are not subsidized by unjustified state aid, and meet certain conditions in terms of (...)
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PMTF joins the sectoral agreement for the development of offshore wind energy in Poland
Offshore Wind Sector Deal
Polish Maritime Technology Forum has joined the sectoral agreement for the development of offshore wind energy in Poland. On behalf of PFTM, the agreement was signed by the Vice-Chairman Tomasz (...)
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A unique ship from CRIST shipyard
It will be one of the most modern floating technical facilities in the world, and will be used to lay gravel on the seabed for the elements of an underwater (...)
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Offshore Wind Energy in the world – update for Great Britain
Legal Marine publishes a series of articles on legal regulations of investments in offshore wind farms. So far, the situation in the USA, Denmark, the Netherlands and Great Britain has been discussed. Further publications are (...)
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Are Polish companies ready for offshore?
'Given the high demand, it is clear that businesses with installation and service vessels cannot go wrong. Poland still lacks a leading entity that will take the risk', says Jan Gortatowski, (...)
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Safe Shipyard together with Damen is building a vessel for Fairplay Towage
Work on the Shoalbuster has already started. Necessary documentation is being updated. 'On August 16 - according to the plan - we also started baking sheet metal', says Andrzej Łuczak. (...)
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Busy holiday period at the STAL Complex shipyard
On August 3, STAL Complex handed over the 86th fully outfitted barge, used for salmon farming, to a Norwegian client. FRAM 86 was a real challenge due to its dimentions, as it (...)
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Offshore Wind Energy in the world
Legal Marine publishes a series of articles on legal regulations of investments in offshore wind farms. So far, the situation in the USA, Denmark and the Netherlands has been discussed. Further (...)
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