MARITIME ECONOMY FORUM
GDYNIA 2021

MARITIME ECONOMY FORUM
GDYNIA 2021

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3 September 2021

Return to the pre-pandemic level

Return to the pre-pandemic level While H1 2020, marked by the COVID-19 pandemic, took 10% of the turnover away from Polish seaports compared to H1 2019, […]
3 September 2021

Its going well, and it’s getting better

Its going well, and it’s getting better In the first half of this year, sea container terminals handled 1.57 million TEU. This result is 11.5% better […]
2 September 2021

Yachts – a Polish asset

Yachts – a Polish asset The Polish yacht industry is appreciated worldwide. It is one of the most promising and technologically advanced branches of the Polish […]
2 September 2021

A year marked by challenges

A year marked by challenges Although the freight transport sector was not as affected by the pandemic as, for example, passenger transport, Polish shipowners had to […]
2 September 2021

Universities bet on offshore wind

Universities bet on offshore wind Tri-City universities have not been indifferent to the fact that offshore wind farms will be an important, perhaps even the most […]
2 September 2021

Investment boom in ports continues

Investment boom in ports continues Coronavirus pandemic only slightly affected the pace of investment in the Polish seaports. Projects of critical value, from the point of […]
2 September 2021

Intermodal transport at the Polish ports

Intermodal transport at the Polish ports Estimates from the Office of Rail Transport (UTK) show that in 2020 intermodal transport amounted to around 2.5 million TEUs, […]
2 September 2021

Problems of Polish ports with regard to handling of foodstuffs

Problems of Polish ports with regard to handling of foodstuffs One of the tasks of the Polish ports and terminals is to redirect the supply of […]
Post pandemic maritime economy - opportunities and challenges- is the leading theme of the 20th edition of FGM [Maritime Economy Forum]. Debates with the participation of entrepreneurs, representatives of the world of science and diplomacy are scheduled to be held in five main panels: Maritime Technologies, Ports and Logistics, Business in Sailing, Maritime Education, and Renewable Energy. There will be no shortage of hot topics, including discussions on the development of offshore wind farms, Poland's role in educating seamen and leaders in shipping and offshore, greenfield investments in Polish seaports and the real opportunities for implementing advanced technologies in the industry. For the first time at FGM Gdynia there will be a panel dedicated to Business in Sailing, which, taking into account the fact that Poland is one of the world leaders in yacht building, seems to be a justified and forward-looking decision.

Maritime Economy Forum Gdynia 2021 will be held on October 7-8 in the on-line format. Panelists and invited special guests will meet in the Science and Technology Park in Gdynia. We invite you to participate and ask questions you can submit as of today, by filling out the form on the website or during the conference using the chat function.

In order to access the broadcast of the event, it is necessary to register.


Topics of individual panels and their leaders
Ports & Logistics
“Greenfield investments in Polish sea ports & hinterland in view of container shipping market growth”.
Panel leader
Marek Tarczyński
Maritime Education
“Maritime education-Poland’s role in educating mariners as well as shipping & offshore leaders”
Panel leader:
cpt. Kuba Szymański
Yachting Industry
“ Yachting industry as business generator”.
Panel leader
Tomasz Chamera
Maritime Technology
“The role and chances for Polish maritime industry in public investments programs”.
Panel leader:
Jadwiga Sztelwander-Zięba
Renewable Energy
„The Balticoffshore wind – a hydrogen hub in Poland?”
Panel leader
Tomasz Pelc

The Maritime Economy Forum Gdynia 2021 will be held on 7-8 October 2021 in the on-line formula.

Panellists and special guests will meet at the Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in Gdynia.

Registered visitors will get access to live broadcasts.



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