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17 June 2022

Poland Considers Gdansk Main Port For Exporting Ukrainian Grain

Poland is also considering extending the broad-gauge railway line that currently ends in Slawków to Gdansk.

United States Proposes Building Temporary Silos On Ukraine's Border

The grain in the silos will subsequently be exported through other countries by rail.

Ukrzaliznytsia Completes Electrification Of Kovel-Izov-Polish Border Railway Section

The number of freight railcars passing through the Izov-Hrubieszów border crossing should increase due to the completion of the project

16 June 2022

Lithuanian-Based LTG Cargo Resumes Operations In Ukraine

The company's staff will work remotely.

EBRD Repurposes EUR 50 Million Loan To Support Ukrzaliznytsia's Liquidity

The funds were repurposed from a loan originally intended for financing the Dolynska-Mykolaiv-Kolosivka railway electrification project.

15 June 2022

Russians Take Another Shipload Of Stolen Metal Products From Port Of Mariupol

The stolen metal products could be used to meet the occupiers' needs or sold.

Ukraine Exports 800,000 Tons Of Grain By Rail In May

According to the head of Ukrzaliznytsia, 800,000 tons of grain per month is the limit for rail logistics from Ukraine.

14 June 2022

Ukrzaliznytsia Hoping To Receive 40 Wabtec Locomotives Under Lend-Lease Program

The company also needs engines for modernizing existing locomotives, special vehicles for rebuilding infrastructure, and other items.

Total War Damage To Ukraine's Transport Infrastructure Estimated At USD 41 Billion

In particular, at least 23,900 kilometers of roads and 6,300 kilometers of railways were damaged, destroyed, or seized during the first 105 days of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.

13 June 2022

Darnytsia Railcar Repair Plant Resumes Operation

Railcar repair work is resuming in the Darnytsia Railcar Repair Plant’s surviving shops.

10 June 2022

Metal Detectors Installed At Kyiv’s Central Railway Station

A comprehensive baggage inspection system has been set up to tighten security measures.

Removing Sea Mines Near Ukraine’s Ports Could Take Months - IMO Representative

The International Maritime Organization believes that even if the ports wanted to reopen tomorrow it would take some time before ships could enter or depart.

Starlink Granted Operating License In Ukraine

The SpaceX company’s representative office in Ukraine will soon begin operation.

9 June 2022

Polish Railway Rolling Stock Manufacturer Newag To Receive 300 Ukrainian Electric Motors

The engines should be delivered by 2023.

Infrastructure Ministry To Cover Shipping And Rail Transport Risks

As a result, the carriers that have been denied risk insurance will be able to obtain the necessary financial guarantees.

Russian Military Sends First Train Carrying Stolen Ukrainian Grain From Melitopol To Crimea

The occupiers say that these deliveries will be increased hundreds of times soon.

8 June 2022

Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company Launches Izmail-Constanta Container Caravan

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3 Shops Destroyed In Missile Attack On Darnytsia Railcar Repair Plant

The destroyed shops cannot be rebuilt.

7 June 2022

Russians Launch Missile Strike On Nika Tera Terminal On Saturday

A warehouse burned down.

6 June 2022

Businesses Propose Action Plan To Speed Up Freight Transportation On River Danube

In particular, they propose considering the possibility of cargo transshipment in the roadsteads of the ports of Sulina and Constanta, as well as at “Mile 61 of River Danube,” when there are no free ports.

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