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  Polish Ports - GDYNIA


The town of Gdynia

Gdynia is one of the most dynamic cities in Poland. Originally a small fishing village situated about 20 km NW of Gdańsk, it was designated in 1921 as a site for a new port in the Polish corridor and quickly became the symbol of Poland's interwar success. Gdynia has always attracted the attention of people with the initiative and ability to succeed. The town was transformed from a mere village to a modern town at an astounding pace, with a current population of 249,787.

Gdynia obtained city rights in 1926, only the three years after the first merchant ship called at the port. The years 1926-1930 witnessed a dynamic development of the port mostly due to coal exports. This has had a definite impact on the growing city especially in terms of spatial development. In the interwar period Gdynia was the base of the Polish maritime economy with all the associated activities: international trade institutions, a network of banks and insurance companies and chambers of commerce. The city grew because of the port and its activities. A rapid growth of Gdynia, which became "the Polish New York" (National Geographic), was dramatically hampered by the outbreak of the World War II. The city did not suffer much from bombardment, but the harbour and shipyard were completely destroyed. Gdynia was liberated in March 1945 and the post-war period once again became a pioneering time.

Nowadays the city's economic development revolves around the maritime industry, port related business and trade. But what is most important is the over the years Gdynia has managed to diversify its economy. Other industries include chemical, electronic, mineral, wood, building and lighting industry.

Today, Gdynia is not only a maritime centre but also a vital international trade and business point. A great number of ambitious small privately owned companies are located here. The port city is the home of the Polish Navy, the Sea Fisheries Institute, the Marine Biology Institute of the Polish Academy of Science and the nation's Naval Academy and Maritime Academy. Gdynia also has a great potential for tourism development. Coexisting with Gdańsk and Sopot, Gdynia is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding coastal region or the Kashubian Lake District.

Useful addresses and telephone numbers

Country code: +48
Area code: 58

COMPANY / INSTITUTION TEL. FAX ADDRESS
Port of Gdynia Authority SA 6274002
6274036
6203191
6274578
81-337 Gdynia
9, Rotterdamska St.
Port of Gdynia Authority SA
- President

- Vice President (Infrastructure)
- Vice President (Finance)

6274036
6274002
6215954
6215454

6274578

6215477
6215477
81-337 Gdynia
9, Rotterdamska St.
Maritime Office
- Operator
- Managing Director

6206911
6202285

6206743
81-338 Gdynia
10, Chrzanowskiego St.
Harbour Master's Office
- Harbour Master
- Duty Officer
- Navigation Division

6202853
6210705
6274937


6616051
81-339 Gdynia
2, Polska St.
Customs Office
- Operator
- Customs information
- Basin IV Division
- Basin V Division
- Container Terminal Division

6274953
6216414
6216643
6274953
7376092

6202932

6216643
6207410
7376091
81-339 Gdynia
8, Polska St.
Gdynia Municipal Authorities
- Operator
- Mayor of Gdynia
- Town Council of Gdynia

6688000
6688385
6688770

6209798
6209911
6688772
81-382 Gdynia
52/54, Pi³sudskiego Av.

Information telephone numbers
Police 997
Fire Brigade 998
Emergency Service 999
Polish Airlines 3011161, 0801300952
Railway information 19436, 7211665

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Radiotelephone connections
Harbour Master's OfficeVHF Channel 12
Traffic controlVHF Channel 12
Port Radar StationVHF Channel 12
Pilot StationVHF Channel 12
To report environmental pollutionVHF Channel 12

 
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