22 November 2023

What will the Polish offshore be like?

Offshore wind energy in Europe faces a number of problems and challenges that will hinder the implementation of such projects. This is beginning to affect Polish […]
7 October 2023

Logistical Kaleidoscope

After the outbreak of the pandemic, in 2020, in a short period of time, freight rates increased many times and the timeliness of schedules dropped to […]
6 October 2023

On the Baltic Port Market

In recent months, the operation of Baltic seaports has been heavily influenced by the geopolitical situation in Europe, as well as affected by global economic trends. […]
29 September 2023

Bring transport back to rivers

Inland waterway transport has been in decline in Poland for many years. The most recent statistics from the Statistics Poland for 2022 indicate that the share […]
29 September 2023

Modern technology industry

European shipyards recorded a 42% increase in new orders in 2022. They signed 99 contracts compared to 69 contracts concluded the year before. This growth is […]
19 September 2023

Onshore power will flow

Polish ports are preparing to build onshore power supply (OPS) systems for ships. Although the use of such installations will soon be enforced by European Union […]
24 August 2023

Supreme Audit Office on small ports

Poland has a total of 29 small ports, but their development is being held back by insufficient funding; the realizing of their full potential is impossible […]
18 August 2023

Ukraine and the maritime insurance market

Up to $500 million may be received in compensation by shipowners of ships that were blocked in ports when war broke out in Ukraine. Across the […]
9 August 2023

Twilight of universalism in the global economy

Recent developments in the international economic, cultural and political arena are increasingly being described as the birth of a multipolar world that is slipping away from […]
9 August 2023

Ports follow suit

The first half of this year proved to be very successful for Polish seaports. With the exception of Police, all reported an increase in turnover. This […]
9 August 2023

A year of changes on the energy market

In recent months, we have experienced rapid changes in the global energy market. Most of the developments stemmed from the ongoing trade war between the West […]
9 August 2023

Poor H1 results for container terminals

The first half of 2023 at Polish container terminals ended with significantly lower turnover than in the corresponding periods of the two previous years. A total […]
After last year's jubilee edition of the Forum organized in the online formula, we are happily returning to the stationary form of the event. The 21st edition will return to the Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in Gdynia. This year's program of the event will be based on five main thematic blocks:

- Maritime Technologies
- Maritime Ports
- Maritime Logistics
- Yacht Industries
- Renewable Energy.

During each Forum, panel participants talk about contemporary events and global problems influencing the development of the maritime economy sector, looking for challenges and opportunities in them. This year, the main problem that the maritime industry has to face is the war in Ukraine. Participants of the Ports and Logistics panel will wonder what impact the war in Ukraine will have on the situation of Polish and European ports. They will also discuss the problem of interrupted supply chains caused by Russian aggression. There will also be a very current problem related to renewable energy. Among the topics discussed, there will be topics related to nuclear energy, hydrogen policy and ecological solutions in sea ports. The greatest advantage of the Forum are its participants, who guarantee a high level of discussion every year. The forum is a platform for the exchange of views and opinions, and is also an arena for meetings of industry representatives.

The Maritime Economy Forum Gdynia 2022 will be held on October 14. Panelists and guests will meet in the Science and Technology Park in Gdynia. Registration for the event is available from August 31. Participation in the Forum is free.

Topics of individual panels and their leaders
Shipbuilding Industry
Implementation of the Polish Navy development programme
Panel leader:
Commander Bartłomiej Pączek
Sea Ports
Development of Polish ports in light of new legal regulations
Panel leader
Piotr Pawłowski
Maritime Logistics
Maritime logistics in the face of new global and regional challenges in the current decade of the 21st century.
Panel leader
Marek Tarczyński
Renewable Energy
Perspectives and challenges for offshore wind energy
Panel leader
Andrzej Popadiuk
Yachting Business
Technological progress and sustainable development strategies in the aquatic business – economic and geopolitical challenges
Panel leader
Tomasz Chamera

SEMINAR “Cybersecurity in the maritime sector – challenges and threats in 2023”

• Global Threat Landscape 2023 - Cybersecurity threat landscape in the maritime economy.
• Challenges to the cybersecurity of the maritime sector in light of events related to the attack on Ukraine: is Polish maritime infrastructure prepared to fend off attacks by organized crime and agencies of certain countries?
• How to respond to the challenges of a modern cyber battlefield? How to conduct cybersecurity audits in maritime companies? How to build security systems in this type of enterprise? How to build supply chain security?

The Maritime Economy Forum Gdynia 2022 will be held on October 14, 2022 in the Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in Gdynia.


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