DCT Gdansk celebrates Phase 1 completion
The completion of the first phase of development of Poland’s new deepwater container terminal, DCT Gdansk, was celebrated yesterday with a reception onboard the cruise vessel Lady Assa. DCT Gdansk management and directors were joined by public, city and port officials...
DCT Gdansk appoints new CEO
Boris Wenzel has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Polish container terminal operator DCT Gdansk SA. He succeeds Colin Chanter, who continues as chairman of the board of management.Mr Wenzel brings to DCT Gdansk a wealth of port industry experience...
DCT Gdansk becomes new hub for the whole Baltic Sea
From December 2009, Maersk will extend its AE10 Far East service with 8000TEU vessels calling DCT Gdansk on a weekly basis. Introducing direct calls through DCT Gdansk will change the dynamics of serving the Baltic Sea region and opens a new era of container shipping in this part of the world.
Modern technology for container stuffing at DCT Gdansk terminal
DCT Gdansk container terminal invested in one “ACTIW LoadPlate” unit, a modern equipment designed to stuff any type of cargo into standard ISO containers. ACTIW LoadPlate’s innovative technology eliminates complications and risks associated to stuffing of cargo normally considered difficult for containerisation or susceptible..
Two new Kalmar RTG cranes are working in DCT Gdansk terminal. The productivity at the terminal is still growing.
The dynamic increase of containers handled by DCT Gdansk terminal initiates the continuous investment in new equipment. DCT Gdansk has boosted its handling capabilities with the commissioning of two new Kalmar E-One2 rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs), complementing the eight Liebherr cranes already in service..
DCT Gdansk boosts Port of Gdansk to top spot in Poland
DCT Gdansk’s constant growth in 2010 reached a new record in September with 47,153 TEU, which exceeded the aggregate volume of terminals in Gdynia. As a result, from September 2010, the Port of Gdansk became the largest Polish container port by exceeding the Port of Gdynia’s throughput by nearly 10,000 TEU...
Goodman wins tender to develop a 500.000 sqm industrial and logistics centre adjacent to DCT Gdansk
Goodman Group (Goodman) has been awarded the tender for the exclusive investment in, and development of, the 500.000 sqm Pomeranian Logistics Centre adjacent to the newly built Deepwater Container Terminal (DCT) at Gdansk, Poland...
The world’s largest vessel to call at DCT Gdansk
DCT Gdansk, Poland’s biggest container terminal will start handling the largest container vessels in the world from May 2011. Vessels of 15,500 TEU capacity will be calling at DCT Gdansk terminal within Maersk Line AE10 service connecting the Far East and the Baltic Sea...
A Breakthrough on the Baltic – DCT and Maersk Line introduce shipping giants to Poland
DCT Gdańsk and Maersk Line made a new breakthrough in the maritime economy of the Baltic Sea. The world’s largest E class container vessels have begun regular weekly calls to Gdańsk...
Deepwater Container Terminal (DCT) Gdansk to implement Navis SPARCS N4
Navis SPARCS N4 to support DCT’s rapid terminal expansion and revolution of Baltic shipping market
Gdansk, Poland and Oakland, CA USA— June 7, 2011 —Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation, the global technology standard for managing the movement of cargo through terminals and DCT Gdansk, SA, today announced that..
One milion TEU at DCT Gdansk
DCT Gdansk, Poland’s leading container terminal handled its millionth TEU on 29th June 2011.
This is an important milestone for DCT Gdansk as after just 3 years it is already one of the most important container terminals not only in Poland but in the whole Baltic Sea Region. DCT started its rapid growth at the beginning of 2010 when...
DCT achieves AEO certification
DCT Gdansk is pleased to announce that on 5th March 2012 it became the first container terminal operator in Poland to receive the Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) certification...
Extra handling capacity on 5th birthday of DCT Gdansk
DCT Gdansk, the Baltic’s rapidly growing gateway to Central-Eastern Europe and Russia celebrated its 5th birthday. On this occasion DCT also increased its capacity by 25% to 1,25 million TEU with the addition of new stacking areas...
DCT Gdansk’s New CEO
As DCT continues its preparations for the next major extension phase, an internationally experienced authority in port management will join DCT to lead the Baltic’s fastest growing container terminal. Mr. Maciek Kwiatkowski, who will commence as DCT’s CEO at the start of April ...
Triple-E, world’s largest vessels will call DCT Gdansk as from August 2013
DCT is proud to announce that as from August 2013 it will handle the state of the art, 18.000 TEU capacity “Triple-E” vessels of Maersk Line. This most efficient type of vessel, will call for the first time at DCT Gdansk during her maiden voyage from Asia to Europe.
DCT signs an agreement with Port of Gdansk
DCT Gdansk would like to inform that on 19.03.2013, in the presence of many renown guests, representatives of DCT and The Port of Gdansk Authority signed a lease agreement, which is a next step to build a new container terminal, DCT2...
First Triple E in DCT Gdansk
DCT Gdansk and Maersk Line are proud to announce the arrival of the first Triple-E class vessel – Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller – to DCT Gdansk container terminal on her maiden voyage from Asia to Europe.
1 milionth TEU handled
DCT Gdansk is now officially a member of a prestigious club of container terminals handling 1 million TEU annually and more. DCT handled millionth TEU of the year on the 15th of November 2013 while operating Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller.
DCT - the biggest container terminal in the Baltic Sea Region in 2013
In 2013 DCT Gdansk recorded the highest container throughput among all Baltic Sea Region container terminals.
New railway siding in DCT Gdansk
780.000 TEU annually, is the capacity of newly opened four-track railway siding in the container terminal DCT Gdansk. The project, worth more than 2,5 million Euro, has been co-funded by the European Union. The siding was officially inaugurated by the European Commissioner for Financial Programming and Budget– Janusz Lewandowski.
Besix to construct a new deepwater berth in Gdansk
DCT Gdansk has finalized the tender process for the design and construction of a new berth and the adjacent container stacking yards. The winning bid came from the N.V. BESIX company.
Banks to provide up to €290 million for the development DCT Gdansk
The group of commercial and development banks will finance the investment and provide up to €290 million for the project. Conclusion of the financing process, together with the appointment of NV Besix SA as general contractor, are important milestones making way for the start of the investment’s construction phase.
Construction of a new deepwater berth in DCT Gdansk has started
DCT Gdansk has officially started the construction phase of a new deepwater quay in Gdansk’s Northern Port. 22nd January 2015 DCT Gdansk handed over the construction site to the Belgian N.V. BESIX – the general contractor and the designer of the new facility.
Groundbreaking ceremony of T2 project
Construction of the second deep-water berth in DCT Gdansk (T2) became a fact. Janusz Piechocinski, Deputy Prime Minister of Poland, officially inaugurated the construction of the new terminal. Completion of this project with an investment amounting to EUR 200 million, which is financed by the consortium of 7 banks, is scheduled for the third quart
G6 in DCT Gdansk
Hapag Lloyd’s container vessel “Hong Kong Express”, with over 13000 TEU capacity, berthed at DCT Gdansk on Tuesday, 11th of August. Maiden call of this G6 Alliance affiliated vessel officially inaugurated cooperation between DCT Gdansk and members of the Alliance.