The maritime economic perspectives for Poland in the light of the latest trends on global markets, shipbuilding innovations and legislative issues related to Shipyard Law and sailor status are the main subjects of Maritime Economy Forum Gdynia 2017, which will take place on Friday, 13 October, in Gdynia for the seventeenth time at the Pomeranian Science and Technology Park's conference centre.
Maritime Economy Forum Gdynia is prepared in close cooperation with the maritime community, academic institutions and numerous business partners. The participants of this year's forum will take part in four panels: "Maritime Industries", "Maritime Ports", "Maritime Logistics" and "Ship Management".
"Maritime Economy Forum Gdynia is a great opportunity to present new ideas for the development of the Port of Gdynia, namely the concept of constructing the External Port," says Adam Meller, CEO of Port of Gdynia Authority S.A. "The Port of Gdynia is facing a great opportunity to regain significance and create a competitive advantage among the ports on the Baltic Sea. The idea to build the External Port has been received positively and then with great interest among, hopefully, potential investors."