News & Events
The branch office of Hansa-Flex Hidraulika has been operating in Ventspils for 17 years, expanding its assortment and premises in Fabrikas iela 5 and creating many new workplaces for the inhabitants of Ventspils.
During this week Ventspils Freeport Authority is participating in the 22nd international transport and logistics exhibition TransKazhstan/TransLogistica 2018, which takes place in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
In the middle of next year, Ventspils High Technology Park infrastructure will be complemented by two new public parking lots with 133 parking spots. This is based on the agreement concluded between Ventspils Freeport Authority and Central Finance and Contracting Agency on the implementation of the project for reconstruction of Pārventa district.
Ventspils Freeport Authority presents the possible investment opportunities in Ventspils during their visit in China
Last week, the delegation of Ventspils Freeport authority participated in an event devoted to investment attraction “Invest in” in Shanghai, China, to inform about the opportunities of industrial development in China.
The chargé d’affaires of the Republic of Korea in Latvia Seong-Jin Han visited Ventspils Freeport Authority. He and his councillor met with the representatives of the city council and the Freeport Authority in order to get acquainted with the city of Ventspils, the port and its offer to investors, as well as to talk about the possible cooperation with Korea.
At the end of last week, 30 August, Ventspils Freeport Authority hosted a journalist form China National Radio (CNR) to become acquainted with Ventspils port and its cooperation with China as a part of One Belt One Road initiative.
Ventspils Freeport Authority is participating in WTC exhibition, conference and founding of the BRITA alliance
From June, 16-22 in Beijing, China, Ventspils Freeport Authority as a part of Minister of Transport Uldis Augulis delegation was participating in the international exhibition of transport and technology, conference World Transport Convention and the founding of Belt and Road International Transport Alliance (BRITA). Ventspils Freeport signed a memorandum with the structural unit LOGINK of China’s Ministry of Transport.
On June 13, the delegacy of Saaremaa municipality and mayor Madis Kallas arrived in Ventspils Freeport Authority to discuss the progress made in restoring the ferry traffic and to agree on the further actions with the representatives of Ventspils municipality and Freeport. Both sides are willing to restore ferry service in the 2019 tourism season.
Ventspils Freeport has implemented new requirements for businesses that are carrying out cargo operations with petroleum and chemical products. Ventspils Freeport has taken a major step forward in protecting the environment and moving closer to the largest European ports.
The SIA Bio-Venta which is operating in the territory of Ventspils Freeport is the biggest biofuel production and transhipment complex in Baltics, and this year they significantly increased their production volume, comparing to last year. The company hopes that this tendency will remain in the future.