5 (100%) 4 votes


Registration fee includes: participation in all sessions and b2b meetings, information materials, lunches and coffee-breaks, participation in the official reception. Accommodation is not included into the registration fee.

Confirmation: Your registration will be confirmed by an email. Please wait for your confirmation before making any further arrangements. However, please note that your registration will be completed and considered final only when your payment has been received.

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5 (100%) 13 votes

Place of Holding


Opened in June 2010, Hilton Gdansk Hotel is one of the most successful hotels in Poland. In less than 11 months from its opening it was recognized as the year’s best hotel project in Central and Eastern Europe (CEEQA in cooperation with Financial Times) and became #17 in the list of more than 40 places worth visiting in 2011, based on recommendations of New York Times.

Located on the Motlawa River waterfront in Gdansk’s Old Town, Hilton Gdansk offers air conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. The indoor swimming pool on the top floor offers panoramic views of the area.

The Hilton’s rooms have 32-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels. They also feature tea and coffee making facilities and a minibar. Most offer views of the Old Town or the river.

The hotel is just 199 m from the Medieval Port Crane and about less than half a kilometer from Dlugi Targ Street, the heart of the city’s Old Town. Lech Walesa Airport is 16.1 km from the hotel.

Guests can relax in the Hilton’s gym and sauna. The hotel also has spa and spa facilities, which offer massages and treatments. The hotel’s multilingual staff is available 24/7.

The Mercato Restaurant serves Polish and international dishes. The High 5 Terrace Bar has an open-deck terrace that offers views of Gdansk. Guests can also get a drink at the F32 bar.


4 (80%) 19 votes

International Conference

We are pleased to announce the Conference “Heavy Baltic” in Gdansk, Poland, Hilton Hotel, on June 09, 2017.

The Baltic Sea is the important region for logistics of heavy, oversized and project cargoes. First of all, for the wind energy, as development and spread of alternative energy sources directly depend on efficiency of OOG transportation.

The Baltic Sea region is also strategic for delivery of oversized and heavy loads for Russia and Belarus. Besides, the majority of industrial cargoes for Central Asia countries also passes along the Baltic transport corridor. The mentioned circumstance leads to stable volume of cargo flows going through the Baltic ports on the one hand, and on the other hand, contributes to growth of competition in this sector.

Among the Conference topics:

  • permitting and tariff policy and its impact on competitiveness of the regional countries;
  • outsized and heavy transportation market in Germany, Poland, Baltic and Scandinavian countries;
  • Ro-Ro and container services as an alternative to bulk carriers, the Baltic factor;
  • potentials of river transport in project cargo delivery;
  • transit capabilities of the Baltic region for cargoes delivered to Russia and CIS countries.

The “Heavy Baltic” Conference is going to be the first platform for exchanging experience in the field of project loads transportation in the Baltic Sea Region.

Do not miss out on the opportunity to meet the regional companies to have a better understanding of specific aspects of operations in this part of Europe.

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