The Orlivka-Isaccea ferry transported 460 trucks during its first month of operation.

The Odesa customs office announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.

According to the statement, the ferry transported 253 trucks to Ukraine and 207 from the country.

According to customs officials, the following were exported through the ferry: glass jars for food preservation (to Greece); steel pipes, gas stoves, and wire (to Romania); soot (to Turkey); cardboard, bricks, spare parts for locomotives, railway wheels, and fuel pellets (to Bulgaria).

Aluminum hydroxide, metal structures, consumer goods, kitchenware, textiles, and aluminum mesh were imported into Ukraine. Figs, grapes, peaches, and citrus fruits were also transported from Turkey on the ferry.

Currently, the range of transit goods transported on the ferry includes roofing materials, textiles, soot, tires, cardboard, and seasonal fruits.

As reported, the Orlivka-Isaccea ferry line, which links Ukraine and Romania, began operation on August 10. Currently, only trucks can use the ferry because of restrictions in force in Romania due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Only one ferry operates on the ferry line. Two ferries will operate on the line in the future.