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Management board

Szczecin and Swinoujscie Seaports Authority SA is a qualified subject of the Law concerning ports and sea harbours from 20 December 1996 for management of ports of fundamental meaning in the national economy: in Szczecin and Swinoujscie.

The enterprise is a public utility, and its range of economic activity was specified in Law and encompasses:

  • management of property and port infrastructure,
  • forecasting, programming and planning of the development of ports,
  • construction, extension, maintenance and modernization of the port infrastructure,
  • obtaining real estate for needs of port development,
  • services connected with use of the port infrastructure,
  • assurance of access to port facilities receiving waste from ships for the purpose of delivery to salvage or disposal.

Sources of revenue of the managing subject are:

  1. Charges for use, hires, lease or other contract, on the strength of which the managing subject gives back into payable use grounds and facilities, equipment and port installations
  2. Port duties.
  3. Revenue from services of benefit to the managing subject.
  4. Other revenues.
  5. Earnings from the activities of Szczecin and Swinoujscie Seaports Authority SA are intended for construction, extension, maintenance and modernization of the port infrastructure, completion of other jobs resulting from the subject’s activity and covering the ongoing costs of living.

The range of activities of the Joint Stock Company encompasses the management of the port, not entering into the sphere of developmental activity on port grounds hosted as well as facilities of infrastructure found there. 

Developmental functions connected with the exercise of port services were completely assumed by companies of port development.

Krzysztof Urbaś
Chairman of the Board

Born in 1958, he comes from Gdynia and is a graduate of the University of Gdańsk. From 1982 he was associated with the Sea Commercial Port in Gdynia, and in the following years he gained experience in sea trade, in the implementation of international forwarding and logistics projects in the port and sea industry at Cargo Service Sp. z o.o. From 1998 he was a member of the Management Board of the Port of Gdansk S.A., where he was responsible, inter alia, for the development of Gdański Terminal Kontenerowy S.A. As Development Director at the Port of Gdansk Authority S.A. in 2007-2008, he developed the strategy for the Port of Gdansk until 2030, the strategy for the Port of Gdansk XXI and the development plan for the Northern Port. In the following years 2008-2010, as the President of the Management Board of Siarkopol Gdańsk S.A., he restructured the company. Since 2010, the co-owner and President of the Management Board of Balquest Sp. z o.o. Gdynia. In 2017-2018, he was the director of the PŻM Unity Line ferry company, and recently the vice-president of Żegluga Polska from the PŻM Group.


Tel: +48 91 43 08 222
e-mail: info@port.szczecin.pl

dr inż. Jacek Cichocki
Vice President of Infrastructure

Born in 1965. A graduate of the Faculty of Hydrotechnics at the Gdańsk University of Technology. In the years 1990-2006, an employee of the Maritime Institute, Szczecin Branch. During this period, he was involved in the modeling of hydrodynamic phenomena in the estuary section of the Oder. In 1998, he obtained a doctoral degree in hydraulic engineering at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture of the Szczecin University of Technology. In the years 2007-2015 he was the Technical Director of the Maritime Office in Szczecin. He supervised, among others a contract for the construction of a protective breakwater for the external port in Świnoujście (the so-called gas terminal).

Tel: +48 91 43 08 431
e-mail: info@port.szczecin.pl

Daniel Stachiewicz
Vice-president for Economic and Financial Affairs

Tel: + 48 91 43 08 969

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