By Marek Grzybowski
Speed, opened a large warehouse, cooperating in its creation with the Port of Gdansk Authority. The company is managed by brothers Paweł Zastawny and Marcin Zastawny. Warehouse in the Inner Port of Gdańsk, Nowy Port district. The warehouse is located near the Vistula Quay in the Port of Gdańsk on the Martwa Wisła River.
The warehouse will enable the reloading of over 23,000 tons of grain. It will be possible to reload scrap and other goods at storage yards. The warehouse structure consists of a lightweight steel frame, coated with 2 layers of flexible material and retaining walls. It is possible to store grain up to 6 m high and soybean up to 8 m high. The warehouse has an area of 4,000 m2. The storage yard has an area of 8,000 m2 with a stormwater treatment system. Scrap, sulfur and phosphates can be stored at the square. There is a warehouse of 4,500 m2 for neutral chemicals, including artificial fertilizers, caustic soda, and approximately 15,000 m2 of storage and maneuvering areas.
It is good that the company is opening such a grain warehouse, because Poland has the potential to tranship grain, including Ukrainian grain, because we have railway connections with Ukraine and the Central European region and we can be a place that can support Ukraine in grain exports, but also in exports. other goods that Ukraine produces, such as artificial fertilizers – said prof. Marek Grzybowski – president of the Baltic Maritime and Space Cluster.
The grain terminals in Gdańsk and Gdynia, as well as the grain terminal in Szczecin, can be used as terminals that will support food deliveries to poor countries. There is money from various international organizations for this, including organizations related to the UN, and we have a chance to contribute not only to a business project, but also to a social project and aid for developing countries – said Prof. Marek Grzybowski – president of the Baltic Maritime and Space Cluster.