In 2023, Polish seaports experienced significant growth, handling 145.7 million tons of goods, marking a 10% increase from the previous year. Gdańsk emerged as Europe's fastest-growing port, with a dynamic growth of 167% since 2013. This growth contributed to national revenue, with the Gdańsk Port reporting a net profit of PLN 224.4 million.

Polish ports also played a crucial role in energy security, handling increased shipments of oil, coal, and LNG amid geopolitical shifts. Additionally, they facilitated grain imports, enhancing food security.

Furthermore, Poland's commitment to renewable energy was highlighted by the construction of an installation terminal in Świnoujście, supporting offshore wind farm projects.

Source: obserwatorfinansowy.pl


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