Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki met with representatives of the consortium which announced the investment in a container terminal on the Baltic Sea DCT Gdańsk today

DCT is the largest transshipment terminal in the Baltic Sea area and handles nearly 500 container ships from all over the world every year.

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Photo: Adam Guz / Chancellery of The Prime Minister of Poland

Expansion of the terminal in Gdańsk includes enhancing the export of Polish businesses, potential rise in private sector investments and the development of intermodal rail transport offering positive environmental effects.

The Polish Development Fund became a shareholder in DCT Gdańsk SA, the owner of the only deep-water container terminal in the Baltic Sea. The investment in DCT will further engage Poland in international trade and allow Poland fully benefit from its location as a logistics centre for Central and Eastern Europe for east-west and north-south trade.

The investment is in line with the government’s Responsible Development Strategy. The PFR transaction proves that the strategy is effective and delivers tangible benefits to Poland.

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