The Baltic and North Sea seaports will be revived by Incone60

The Danish ship Anita Hagedorn under the German flag efficiently moored to the quay of the Polish port in Władysławowo at high noon. This is a strong element of the Incone60 project, the leader of which is the Maritime Institute of the Maritime University, and the partners are small ports from Poland, Lithuania and Belgium.

Vordingborg Port has actively marked its presence in the project. Two days earlier, representatives of the port cities of Vordingborg and Elbląg signed a letter of intent at the Polish embassy in Copenhagen to develop cooperation between the cities and ports.

– The port in Władysławowo has the potential and can receive large vessels and such were handled in the port – says Cpt. z.w. Leszek Łegosz, Captain of the Port of Władysławowo. He recalled that a 75-meter fishing vessel with a load of Norwegian herring called here regularly in the 1980s. Then, in Władysławowo, 80 m long ships converted from landing barges were handled. They transported fertilizers on the Africa-Władysławowo route. Here, timber was also loaded on the quay.
– The development plans provide for the development of the port in Władysławowo as a multi-functional port – said Witold Wawrzonkoski, President of the Board of Szkuner, who manages the port and the plants that operate here.

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