The Lemtrans company, the largest private railway operator in Ukraine, has disclosed the operating capacity of Container Terminal Mostyska (CTM), which began operation in summer 2022, the CFTS portal reports.

"The terminal has completely new trucks, which are called reach stackers. They are the largest in Ukraine in terms of cargo lifting capacity," said Dmytro Kobzar, general director of Container Terminal Mostyska.

The container terminal also owns three diesel locomotives.

"Until maritime exports are restored fully, it is expedient to use the terminal even more to ensure that deliveries of grain or other products through the EU take place more evenly. The emergence of such a terminal is the emergence of access to global logistics for cargo owners in this region as well," the company said.

According to the company, the terminal’s rail tracks are long enough to accommodate an entire train, which speeds up the process and makes it possible to load a couple of trains in a single shift.

As reported earlier, Container Terminal Mostyska was launched into operation in the summer of last year. Lemtrans and the Rail Trans Investment company invested in the container terminal project. The N'UNIT and Levada Cargo companies are partners in the development of the container business.

In addition, a grain terminal capable of processing 60,000 tons of grain every month was built within the framework of this project.