Locked content ARP acquires Stocznia Gdańska

State-run Industrial Development Agency (ARP) bought back 8.105 percent stake in the Gdańsk shipyard (Stocznia Gdańska) and 50 percent stake in GSG Towers from Ukranian Gdańsk Shipyard Group controlled by Ukrainian businessman Serhiy Taruta. ARP had previously 18.95 percent. shares in Gdańsk Shipyar...

Locked content ARP submits offer to buy Gdańsk shipyard

State-run Industrial Development Agency (ARP) has filed an offer to Ukranian Gdańsk Shipyard Group the owner of the Gdańsk shipyard to takeover the troubled facility. ARP wants to also acquire shares in GSG Towers a company also controlled by Ukrainian businessman Serhiy Taruta. “We have made a fair...

Locked content Gdańsk Shipyard opens production line for offshore wind towers

A new production line for offshore wind towers was launched on Friday by GSG Towers, a company belonging to the Gdańsk Shipyard Group. The investment is worth PLN 160 million and aims to produce 300 towers a year. The company already has a full order book for the coming year. “This investment introd...

PLN 8 bln to be invested in Gdańsk port until 2020

The Board of the Marine Port  Gdańsk SA (ZMPG) informed that the company plans to realize the greatest investment plan in its history during the next five years. It is said that until 2020 over PLN 8 billion are supposed to be invested in the port and its surroundings, of which PLN 7 billion will ...

Locked content Gdańsk shipyard saved from bankruptcy

The legendary Gdańsk shipyard, a birthplace of the Solidarity movement, has managed to sell its grounds to the Pomorska Special Economic Zone for PLN 100 million and will be able to repay its debts. What’s more, the SEZ announced it will invest an additional PLN 50 million. The acquired ground...

Locked content ARP acquires 50% of GSG Towers stakes

Polish anti-monopoly watchdog UOKiK gave the Industrial Development Agency (ARP) the green light to acquire a 50 percent stake in GSG Towers, a Gdańsk Shipyard Group subsidiary. The ARP will jointly control GSG Towers with the Ukrainian investor, GSG. GSG Towers is responsible for the sale of wind t...

600 new jobs in Gdańsk Shipyard to be created

Poland’s Industrial Development Agency has reached an agreement with the Ukrainian investor of Gdańsk Shipyard, Gdańsk Shipyard Group (GSG) in line with which 600 jobs will be saved and another 600 will be created, the deputy state treasury minister, Rafał Bieniak informed ISBnews agency. ...

Locked content A new chapter for Gdańsk Shipyard

The Industrial Development Agency (ARP) reached an agreement with companies controlled by Ukrainian investors of Gdańsk Shipyard, therefore it will be possible to launch manufacturing of wind turbines and other constructions of steel, Puls Biznesu daily reported. The government agency is to acquire ...