Port of Gdańsk the Silver Partner of INTERMODAL IN POLAND 2024 Congress

2024/02/27 at 10:28 AM

The largest Polish port has become a Silver Partner of the INTERMODAL IN POLAND 2024 Congress, which will take place on 12-14 June in Janów Podlaski.

Source: Port of Gdansk

The Port of Gdańsk has been the fastest-growing European port of the last decade. It is rapidly climbing the rankings. According to Eurostat, after the first quarter of last year, Poland’s largest port has been ranking fifth in the European Union with a 51% increase in transhipment. Meanwhile, it is the undisputed container leader in the Baltic Sea. In total transhipment, Gdańsk is ahead only of Ust-Luga, which is the main export gateway for Russian raw materials.

Admittedly, the dynamic development of the Port of Gdańsk and the gradual increase in transhipment have been observed for several years. Last year, there was a huge increase due to the geopolitical situation. The port exceeded another transhipment barrier – around 81 million tonnes. This is an increase of almost 19%. compared to 2022

Gdańsk is the largest container transport hub in the Baltic Sea region. Investments implemented in this largest Polish port, such as the expansion of the Baltic Hub container terminal, modernisation of quays and road and rail infrastructure, or the construction of logistics centres in the port’s hinterland, are a key driver of the development of intermodal transport in Poland.

The role of seaports in supporting the modal shift in freight transport, decarbonisation of logistics and the development of combined transport will be discussed during INTERMODAL IN POLAND 2024. These issues will be reviewed by outstanding experts, representatives of companies from the TFL industry and public administration.

This will be the fourth edition of the most important event in the intermodal transport industry in Poland. The high substantive level of the debates and the opportunity to see how modern technologies and solutions function in one of the most significant logistics hubs in Poland, the Małaszewicze-Terespol Transhipment Area, are making the event more and more popular every year. 400 participants from Poland and abroad took part in INTERMODAL IN POLAND last year, and the event was held for the first time in the formula of an international congress. Janów Podlaski has already entered the logistics map of Poland as a place where new trends are created and international business relationships are established.

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