Wärtsilä in Poland
Wartsila Polska Sp.z o.o. is a subsidiary of Wärtsilä Corporation. The head office of Wärtsilä in Poland is located in Gdańsk, we also have offices in Gdynia: Gas Solutions and Ship Design and branch office in Szczecin.
We focus on comprehensive solutions for the offshore and energy industries, including product sales, design and maintenance services.
Our design portfolio includes ships as well as offshore and offshore process installations for the fuel sector, as well as marine equipment and systems for environmental protection. We focus on meeting clients' expectations, which is why we offer a unique range of ship and individual installation projects as well as standard projects.
We provide technical support based on our own workshops, as well as workshops belonging to other companies of the Wärtsilä Group in the world and the service is performed by a highly qualified team of engineers. Our facilities have specialized tools enabling the implementation of works related to the renovation of marine equipment and systems. Our service workshop in Gdansk is equipped with modern, automated equipment, necessary for the repair of engines of various types of vessels.
As part of the assembly, commissioning and supervision of the Wärtsilä power plants, we provide a qualified team of engineers, electricians, mechanics, PLCs, site managers and project engineers. In addition, we provide high-quality materials and equipment (turnkey solutions) as well as flexible, effective and environmentally friendly solutions based on piston engines running on both liquid fuels (including biofuels) and natural gas. Wartsila Polska engineers also participate in the construction and service of power plants around the world.
All products and services meet the requirements of classification societies. The company also has quality certificates: ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001
Wartsila Polska Sp. z o.o. operates under the provisions of Polish law and at the same time operates within the global structure of the Wärtsilä Corporation having its headquarters in Helsinki.