The commissioning of the fourth phase of the Everi oil transshipment terminal took place in Mykolaiv on November 14. The newly commissioned facilities have a capacity of 10,000 tons of vegetable oils. The main objective of the fourth phase of the terminal is to increase the volume of simultaneous storage of vegetable oil to 70,000 cubic meters.
The company’s terminal has already been in operation for two and a half years. The first phase of the Everi terminal was commissioned in March 2010, the second in December 2011, and the third in February 2012.
The terminal is capable of handling more than 900,000 tons of bulk cargo per year. It is located on an area of 47,200 square meters and borders the Nikolayev seaport.
The complex consists of two dozens of tanks for storage of vegetable oils, two pumping stations, two railway unloading racks for ten tanks of oil, two truck unloading racks for 12 tanks of oil, four tanks for storage of molasses, a railway unloading rack for 12 tanks of molasses, a truck unloading rack for eight tanks of molasses, and other equipment.
Oils and molasses are shipped through the berth No. 3 of the Mykolaiv seaport by pumping them through three pipelines (each with a length of 500 meters) from the Everi terminal.
The Everi company was founded in 2006, and it specializes in transshipment of beet molasses and vegetable oil. Up to 37% of the molasses produced in Ukraine is transshipped through Everi. The company engages not only in stevedoring operations, but also in independent sale of oil, oil crops, and grain crops in Ukraine and abroad. Everi also provides freight forwarding services by rail and road.