by Tomasz Lisiecki
Co-Founder and Shareholder, LKK
Chairman of the Board, CNK Sp. z o.o.
When we take a closer look at certain ports in the south of the Baltic, say the Polish Gdańsk or the Lithuanian Klaipėda, we can observe that their freight handlings in general, and container turnover in particular, have been advancing at a rapid pace for some time now.
But let us ask a somewhat counterintuitive and tricky question: is there a downside risk to this otherwise undeniable success?
Apart from external forces, market disturbances like trade wars, for instance, are there any other factors, intrinsic to the business set-up in these countries, that have the potential to throttle back these ports' growth engines?Download PDF