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Port of Szczecin: offshore company invests € 70 million

Caption: Contract signed in the port of Szczecin

A new production facility for wind turbines is being built in the port of Szczecin. A contract to this effect has now been signed.

The new factory, where components for wind turbines (towers and foundations) for offshore and onshore wind farms will be manufactured, is set to go into operation in the first half of 2026. Among other things, the manufactured components will be transported by sea[ds_preview].

Port of Szczecin and Windar Renovables sign contract

The Port Authority of Sz czecin and Świnoujście (Zarząd Morskich Portów Szczecin i Świnoujście SA) and the leading company in the offshore industry, the Spanish company Windar Renovables, which operates in Poland through its subsidiary Windar Polska spółka z o.o., have signed an agreement on the lease of port land. The contractual partners had already signed a corresponding preliminary agreement in October last year.

The production facility will be built on an approximately 17-hectare site in the Debicki Canal area in the port of Szczecin. A total of more than 400 people will be employed there. The Spanish company’s investment will amount to around € 70 million.

Vertragsunterzeichnung im Hafen Stettin
Signing of the contract in the port of Szczecin

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