Andrii Shkliar 22 May 2015
Interview with Brooklyn-Kiev: the Prosecutor's Office is Lobbying for the Interests of our Competitors
In a candid interview with CFTS, Yurii Hubankov, the general director of Brooklyn-Kiev, one of the biggest private stevedoring companies in Ukraine, explains why his company is in the crosshairs of the prosecutor’s office, who is behind it, and the tools for protecting the company’s business in Ukraine
22 May 2015
29 April 2015
Ihor Hoshovskyi 24 April 2015
Maxim Arslanov 23 April 2015
Olga Bystritska 21 April 2015
17 March 2015
27 February 2015
25 February 2015
Maxim Arslanov 06 February 2015
Maxim Arslanov 29 January 2015
Sergey Lyalikov 20 January 2015
Zoriana Hoshovska 30 December 2014
One of the long-standing problems in the railway industry is inefficient use of the fleet of freight cars, which leads one to suspect the State Railway Administration (Ukrzaliznytsia) of corruption. What are the issues of concern to shippers and private operators, and what does the new leadership in the freight transport need to do?
Maxim Arslanov 12 December 2014
In partnership with the Polish consulting company ZDG TOR, the CFTS portal begins publishing a series of articles on the experience of successful adaptation of the Polish railway market to the European Union’s conditions. In the first article, find out why Polish train manufacturers are feeling confident even in Western Europe.
Michał Grobelny 11 December 2014
Ihor Hoshovskyi 17 November 2014
The Viking Weakens: Why the Cargo Turnover of Ukrzaliznytsia’s Key International Project has Fallen by 40%
The cargo turnover of the Viking container train fell by 40 percent in the first seven months of this year while the cargo turnover of the Zubr train fell by about 60 percent. Why Ukrzaliznytsia’s best-known international transport projects are losing cargoes and how the Ukraine-EU association agreement will affect the market.
Olga Bystritska 24 October 2014
The volume of passenger traffic fell by almost half on Ukraine’s domestic routes and by 27% on international routes during the first nine months of this year. The biggest increases in passenger traffic were at Ivano-Frankovsk and Dnepropetrovsk airports. The largest airport in the country, the Boryspil airport, lost 10 percent of its passenger traffic.
Maxim Arslanov 16 October 2014
The destruction of Ukraine’s roads will stop if it is ensured that the existing fuel surcharge (UAH 2.6 per liter of gasoline) is used for the intended purpose and if there is proper enforcement of size and weight requirements. What do officials and representatives of the automobile market think about this?
Maxim Arslanov 08 October 2014