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POLISH SHIPBUILDING & SHIPREPAIR INDUSTRYPOLISH SHIPBUILDING & SHIPREPAIR INDUSTRY
Polish Ports HandbookPolish Ports Handbook
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POLISH PORTS HANDBOOK Comprehensive, English language directory concerning Polish Ports and maritime enterprises. 436 pages, information on 1000 maritime enterprises, official services, institutions and associations.

Issue 2016
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Edition: 5 000 copies; Size: 145 x 220 mm; Pages: 436.
POLISH PORTS HANDBOOK contains chapters as follows:

In this chapter all general information is gathered. It describes: general conditions of vessel handling, marine safety, rules for carrying of dangerous goods and port services, signalling system, rules of vessel traffic, pilotage, towage, mooring and vessel accomodation. It also gives vital information on Baltic deep-sea pilotage, radio communication and maritime emergency.
In the next three chapters You will find detailed description of four main Polish ports which are: Gdansk, Gdynia and port complex Szczecin-Swinoujscie. In every port chapter there are information concerning liner services, statistics of cargo handling, description of port quays, facilities, warehouses and terminal depots. Moreover this chapter considers port charges for pilotage, towage agency service, etc. Each port is shown on clear map which is provided with alphabetical list of quays. The perfect advantage is a list of addresses of companies and institutions that are: harbour master's offices, customs agencies, harbour's authorities and local administration offices. You will also find there the useful register of local radio communication (channels & frequencies). In Szczecin/Swinoujscie chapter includes information about port of Police and Stepnica. These ports play the second role in regional maritime economy of North-West Poland.
This chapter gives detailed description of the other Polish ports: Darlowo, Elblag, Kolobrzeg, Ustka and Władysławowo. Similarly to previous three chapters, this one also gives detailed description about ports mentioned above. Every port is depicted on map with alphabetical list of its quays.
INLAND shipping contains: chart of Inland Fairways in Europe (with distances from Szczecin port in kilometers), description of the main inland waterways in Poland (class, depth, width, locks, remarks, etc. of every stretch), register of Polish inland shipping ports and navigation information relates to Odra and Warta River.
SHIPYARDS chapter is a complete collection of information about Polish shipyards. It consist of three parts: Polish shipyards, Baltic yards (dry and floating docks) and service stations & representatives. Alphabetical register of companies gives details such as: addresses and telephone numbers, description of facilities, range of activities and production abilities.
Chapter useful INFO is a comprehensive base of knowledge concerning maritime subject. Learn about distances from polish ports, knots, specification of container types, segregation requirements of dangerous goods, as well as locations of Polish custom agencies and sea checkpoints.
The last chapter - ADDRESSES - is also called the yellow pages. We catalogoue maritime companies by two separate criteria - alphabetical order and branch index. That's why, looking up any essential entry You are interested in, takes no longer than needed - literally few seconds.
 

 
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