Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Polish business to spend more on digital transformation

Polish companies plan to significantly increase expenditure on new technologies. More than half of large and medium-sized enterprises in the financial, commercial, logistics and...

The Future of Biogas and Biomethane in Poland’s Energy Transition

Welcome to another episode of Poland Weekly! Today, we're exploring a pivotal topic for our future: the energy transition. This challenge is essential for...

Migration in Poland: Economic Impact vs. Public Perception

The actual scale of migration and its impact on the economy can often be quite different from how citizens perceive these phenomena. In 2024, approximately...

Jazz in the Old Town

The Old Town square in Warsaw once again became the concert heart of the capital. The jubilee 30th edition of the Jazz in the...

Surrealism outdoor

This year’s edition of the outdoor cinema at the National Museum in Warsaw is a journey through the film surrealism featuring works of various...

Gdańsk Baltic Hub Enlarged

New container terminal T3 is constructed in the Baltic Hub (DCT Gdańsk) by a consortium of Budimex (Poland) and Deme Dredging (Belgium) to become the biggest deep container terminal on the Baltic Sea with over 20 automated gantries and 20 harbour cranes. 40 ha of T3 artificial isle “enlarging” the territory of Poland has been completed for a pier 717 m long and 18 m deep, increasing the Baltic Hub’s loading capacity from 3 to 4.5 million TEU. After T3 launching the Baltic Hub will become one of the biggest terminals in Europe capable of handling the world largest ships. Baltic Hub has been operating since 2007 for ships up to 425 m long in T1 (625 m) and T2 (570 m). Construction of T3 started in 2022. Environmental protection in the construction process is ensured by top technologies to monitor noise levels on land and under water and to deter animals.

Marek Gizmajer
Marek Gizmajer
High-tech journalist