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  Swedegas AB

Swedegas owns and operates the gas grid in Sweden, which extends from Dragör in Denmark to Stenungsund in Sweden. Each year, Swedegas transports energy equivalent to 15 TWh to distributors and customers with direct links. The gas grid supplies natural gas to 33 municipal areas and several combined heat and power plants. Natural gas is also used in 34,000 households and in the transport sector.

  Terntank

Terntank conducts trustworthy and safe tanker shipping. With a modern, environmentally safe fleet Terntank works in a close cooperation with their customers. Established on the island of Donsö in 1958, operating one dry cargo ship, Terntank now operates their chemical/product tankers from Skagen in Denmark.

  TGE Gas Engineering GmbH

TGE is a globally operating company executing large and complex engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) projects for the energy and chemical industries specialised for cryogenic systems and installations. The company provides a full range of integrated services to the global oil and gas production and processing industries.

  Tines Gas

TINES Gas is part of TINES Capital Group, a holding company actively involved in the expansion of infrastructure based on modern technologies. Company is engaged in rail and road infrastructure, industrial construction and public utility buildings.

  Torgy Mek. Industries

Torgy delivers turnkey solutions for shipping and land based industry.

  Wärtsilä Danmark A/S

The main activities at Wärtsilä Danmark A/S, owned by Wärtsilä Corporation, are the sale and service of engines for power plants and comprehensive portfolio of products and solutions for the marine market. Field Service activities are performed on-site, either by Wärtsilä Danmark employed field service engineers or via other of the world wide Wärtsilä service entities. Wärtsilä Danmark has extended corporation with the Wärtsilä Germany workshop. Wärtsilä Danmark takes advantage of a modern and well-functioning inventory of spare parts which is online 24 hours a day through the Wärtsilä Group products facilities, ensuring prompt spare part service.

  Wärtsilä Danmark A/S

Wartsila Denmark A/S offers technologies and complete lifecycle solutions for the marine and energy markets. Its operations are divided into three segments: Energy Solutions, Marine Solutions and Services. The Energy Solutions segment offers flexible internal combustion engine based power plants and utility-scale solar PV power plants, as well as LNG terminals and distribution systems.

  Wartsila Polska Sp. z o.o. ( Poland)

Wärtsilä Polska Sp. z o.o. is a network company of the Wärtsilä Corporation. The company has been active in Poland since 1995. The headquarters of the company is located in Gdansk whereas the branch office is in Szczecin.

  Western Shipyard

Company's main activity fields are – ship repair and conversion, ship building, stevedoring and storage services, metal construction production, metal processing, hot galvanization, technical supply, transport services, procurement, etc. The company has some prime advantages when competing with global ship repair; it‘s geographical position and high quality of work. Outside the company‘s strategic activity – ship building and repair, company production areas and facilities allow the production of bulky overall dimension and high complexity metal constructions, sandblasting, prime and cut steel sheets and profiles, render reloading services, transport cargo by local and international routes.

  Zarząd Morskiego Portu Gdynia SA ( Gdynia Sea Port Authority)

Port of Gdynia Authority SA (PGA SA) is a public service company established on 30 November 1999 by the representatives of the Municipality of Gdynia and the State Treasury and has been serving as a managing body of the port since that moment.