What do regular sea connections to Polish ports and the Czech economy have in common? It turns out that a lot. The details could be learned during the Polish Logistics Day, which took place in Prague. It was attended by entrepreneurs related to ports, economy, trade and international transport.

The meeting was divided into two panels. The first concerned the universality of Polish ports. The second one was devoted to the logistics offer of Baltic operators. Among the speakers was a representative of Adampol S.A. Mateusz Frankiewicz. During the meeting, each of the interlocutors presented their solutions regarding cargo handling, problem solving and the future of cooperation with Czech partners.

This is the second edition of the Polish Logistics Day. It was organized and hosted by the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Prague, and was supported by, among others, National Chamber of Maritime Economy.

photo: National Chamber of Maritime Economy