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Acting as a “symbolic gateway” to Poland, Centralny Port Komunikacyjny will serve as an air, rail and road transport hub that will ultimately seek to handle 60 million travellers by 2060.
Poland’s planned Central Transportation Hub (CPK) will also have a military role as it could facilitate the quick transfer and deployment of troops in an emergency, a deputy infrastructure minister has said.
South Korea's Incheon International Airport Corporation will invest in the construction of the planned Central Transportation Port (CPK) under a bilateral agreement between both countries, a deputy infrastructure minister said on Thursday.
NACO Netherlands Airport Consultants, the leader of a Dutch consortium, has been selected to prepare the master plan for the Central Transportation Port (CPK), Poland's biggest infrastructure investment project.
South Korean Incheon Airport will be a strategic partner of the planned Polish air hub, the Central Transportation Port (CPK)
Incheon International Airport, South Korea's main airport, has been selected as the strategic advisor to Poland's Central Communication Port (CPK), the government's CPK commissioner announced on Tuesday.
The first construction stage of Poland's Central Transportation Port (CPK), a major air, rail and road hub, will cost PLN 12.8 bln (EUR 2.77 bln) and the work will be financed mostly by bond issuances, the government's press office said on Wednesday.
Seoul's Incheon and Tokyo's Narita airports have filed offers to become a strategic advisor for the Central Transportation Port (CPK) which the Polish government wants to build some 45 km west of central Warsaw.
Polish energy firm PGE is to build a power station for the needs of the planned Central Transportation Port CPK) for an estimated PLN 300 million (EUR 65.88 million) with an output of 60-100 MW, PGE President Wojciech Dabrowski told a Friday press conference.