Baltic Hub marked a significant milestone in its expansion by laying the cornerstone for the new T3 terminal in Poland on 5 June. Poised to strengthen its status as the premier container hub in the Baltic Sea, the addition of a third deep-water quay and expanded storage yards signifies a strategic leap towards becoming one of Europe’s largest container terminal complexes.

The event was witnessed by members of the Baltic Hub Management and Supervisory Boards, shareholder representatives, key stakeholders, partners, customers and contractors. Amongst the invited guests were representatives from local and national authorities, including the Secretary of State at the Ministry of Infrastructure Arkadiusz Marchewka, members of the Polish Parliament Agnieszka Pomaska and Jacek Karnowski, Pomeranian Voivode Beata Rutkiewicz, Gdańsk Mayor Aleksandra Dulkiewicz and the President of the Port of Gdańsk Authority Dorota Pyć.

“The T3 investment is a response to the region’s growing logistics needs and global trends in maritime trade. Baltic Hub’s handling capacity will be ramped up by an additional 1.5 million TEUs to 4.5 million TEUs per year, establishing it as one of the largest container terminal complexes in Europe. This significant increase in operational potential presents new development opportunities for our customers and benefits both the Polish economy as a whole and the markets of Central and Eastern Europe”, said CEO of Baltic Hub Charles Baker.

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