Marcin Osowski

Marcin Osowski

Infrastructure Director, VP of the Board Port of Gdańsk Authority S.A.

Marcin Osowski has extensive experience in managing projects and organizations in the scopes of logistics, infrastructure, manufacturing and international trade. As VP of the Board of Gdańsk Port Authority he is responsible for maintenance and delivery of infrastructure projects. Previously he held top management positions in real estate, technology and healthcare companies and trade organizations – among others the British Polish Chamber of Commerce. He is a graduate of The Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, faculty of Economics and post-graduate of The University of Gdańsk, faculty of International Trade.
 
The Port of Gdańsk is one of the most rapidly developing transport hubs in the Baltic Sea region. It is the biggest sea port in Poland and the fourth largest port on the Baltic Sea. The Port of Gdańsk Authority is currently piloting a number of investments to develop the Port’s infrastructure and significantly increase its throughput capacity. As part of the programme of the Port’s expansion, dredging of the fairways, construction and modernisation of the quays, expansion of the road and railway network, and expansion of car parks and storage space is planned.
 

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Thursday 23/05/2019

From 14:10 To 15:00

05/23/2019 14:10 05/23/2019 15:00 How are breakbulk ports reacting to changes across the sector? PRESENTATION LINK
As competition increases across the breakbulk waterfront, we ask leading port operators and ambitious newcomers to share their thoughts on industry developments, covering the strategic, operational and regulatory aspects of their business.
 
Questions our panel will answer:
  • Will leading European breakbulk ports increase investment in the sector as spending on the top priority container terminals is plateauing?
  • Will competition also increase prompting improved conditions and lower prices for the sector?
  • Will there be more newcomers as smaller ports seek to move into the market?
  • Will accelerating breakbulk consolidation impact European port competition?
  • How are ports preparing to comply with new environmental regulations?
  • Tomorrow’s ports, what’s next on the innovation path?
Breakbulk Main Stage

Breakbulk Main Stage

"How are breakbulk ports reacting to changes across the sector? "

Danny Levenswaard Mar Chao Marcin Osowski Morgane Hanssens Patrick Bohan
Time and date

Thursday 23/05/2019

From 14:10 To 15:00

05/23/2019 14:10 05/23/2019 15:00 How are breakbulk ports reacting to changes across the sector? PRESENTATION LINK
As competition increases across the breakbulk waterfront, we ask leading port operators and ambitious newcomers to share their thoughts on industry developments, covering the strategic, operational and regulatory aspects of their business.
 
Questions our panel will answer:
  • Will leading European breakbulk ports increase investment in the sector as spending on the top priority container terminals is plateauing?
  • Will competition also increase prompting improved conditions and lower prices for the sector?
  • Will there be more newcomers as smaller ports seek to move into the market?
  • Will accelerating breakbulk consolidation impact European port competition?
  • How are ports preparing to comply with new environmental regulations?
  • Tomorrow’s ports, what’s next on the innovation path?
Breakbulk Main Stage
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