8 May 2020
According to Ukrzaliznytsia’s acting board chairman, the Chonhar entry/exit checkpoint will be transformed into a modern and comfortable transport hub.
7 May 2020
The company aims to launch a train from Prague to the Ukrainian border in December 2020.
6 May 2020
The Pivdennyi Commercial Seaport handled 1.982 million tons of cargo in April 2020.
5 May 2020
Ukrainian railway workers’ salaries have been reduced for the duration of the quarantine.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs has postponed the launch of traffic enforcement cameras until the end of the quarantine.
4 May 2020
Raben Group supports the fight against the coronavirus pandemic in Europe.
The opening of the base is scheduled for July 1.
The Ukravtodor bonds are redeemable by the state-owned Ukreximbank.
30 April 2020
According to Worldsteel, production of crude steel in Ukraine reduced by 10% to 1.765 million tons in the first quarter, compared with the same period in 2019, but the country rose to 11th in the ranking of the world’s largest producers.
29 April 2020
Special flights to Ukraine will be organized from 26 airports around the world.
28 April 2020
The giant Ukrainian aircraft landed at the airport in Gostomel on April 22.
27 April 2020
A dozen companies have expressed interest in participating in the pilot project.
The company is expanding its payment options.
24 April 2020
According to preliminary estimates, the new plant will create 900 jobs in the region.
The relevant decision was made at a meeting of Ukrzaliznytsia’s board and agreed with representatives of industry trade unions.
23 April 2020
Ukrainian seaports currently have a combined storage capacity of almost 5 million tons of grain.
22 April 2020
An accountable, transparent and effective system for infrastructure management is considered by the international financial institutions as a prerequisite for future investments in infrastructure projects in Ukraine.
21 April 2020
The prime minister of Ukraine discussed this issue during a meeting with the ambassador of France.
The parliament also cut funding for maintenance of shipping locks and maintenance of the Ministry of Infrastructure.
The transport sector is one of Ukraine's important sectors of economy, with extensive railway and highway networks, sea and river ports (terminals), airports, and a wide network of air destinations, freight and customs terminals.