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25 January 2023

Ukrzaliznytsia Wins Europe’s 2023 ‘Rail Champion Award’

The award ceremony will take in Brussels place on 31 January.

Kernel Acquires Oil Terminal In Pivdennyi Port

The terminal has a storage capacity of almost 50,000 tons of sunflower oil.

Stadler Not Planning To Completely Close Factory In Belarus

The company is hoping that the plant near Minsk will resume full operation after sanctions are lifted.

24 January 2023

New Grain Terminal Near Polish Border Will Be Capable Of Processing 60,000 Tons Of Grain Monthly

The project was implemented during the construction of the Mostyska container terminal.

Another Ship Carrying Ukrainian Grain Leaves Chornomorsk Port For Ethiopia

The bulk carrier will deliver 30,000 tons of wheat to the port of Djibouti.

IFC To Support Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company

The areas of possible support still have to be determined.

Ukraine’s Noosfera Icebreaker Delivers Polish Polar Explorers To Antarctica

The ship will depart for the Ukrainian polar station after unloading equipment and disembarking the Polish polar explorers.

23 January 2023

EBRD To Provide EUR 16.7 Million For Purchasing Trolleybuses For Khmelnytskyi

Procurement is expected to begin by the end of this year.

Ukravtodor Overhauling Bridge Across River Sula On N-08 Boryspil - Mariupol Highway In Poltava Region

The bridge provides a transport link between the Kyiv, Cherkasy, Poltava, Kirovohrad, and Dnipropetrovsk regions.

Coordinating Council Extends Prioritization of Large-Tonnage Vessels In Grain Corridor

The decision was made because of delays in the JCC’s ship inspections in the Bosporus.

18 January 2023

Pesa Bydgoszcz Refuses To Repair Diesel Train For Belarusian Railway

The Polish company refused to repair the diesel train because of the Russian and Belarusian aggression against Ukraine.

First Auction For Privatization Of Port Assets Held In Ukraine

The price of the asset rose to UAH 201 million from the starting price of UAH 60 million.

Road Freight Volume In Russia Does Not Fall Despite Almost 1 Year Of War

Russian carriers compensated for their losses on European routes by increasing transport volumes to Asian countries.

EIB To Provide Funds For Rebuilding Kharkiv’s War-Ravaged Tram Infrastructure

The main aim of the planned project is to upgrade tram services in the city by procuring new trams and modernizing war-torn and worn-out track, systems, and depot infrastructure.

Ukrzaliznytsia Boasts 97% Train Departure Punctuality Rate

Ukrzaliznytsia has reported another successful day in terms of the punctuality rate of long-distance trains.

16 January 2023

6 More Polish-Made Solaris Trolleybuses Arrive In Vinnytsia

The trolleybuses are being transferred from Lublin.

Luhansk Region Becomes Only Ukrainian Region With Completely Destroyed Electric Transport

The last remaining trolleybus in the Luhansk region (the occupied city of Krasnodon) has been taken out of service.

Ukraine And Ghana Considering Possibility Of Creating Logistics Hub For Storing Grain

Such a hub will not only store grain but also ensure the predictability of sales and stabilization of food prices.

First Million Tons Of Ukrainian Agricultural Products Shipped From Ukrainian Ports In 2023

In particular, 11 ships carrying 313,000 tons of grain left the ports of Greater Odesa on 12 January.

Ukrzaliznytsia Transports 1 Million Tons Of Export Grain In First 11 Days Of January

The grain loading volume was uneven during the week, averaging 77,000 tons daily.

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