The Tekhagro company plans to build three terminals – a container terminal, a grain terminal, and a terminal for bulk and general cargo – at the Yuzhny seaport (Odesa region). Tekhagro’s Director Viacheslav Boialskyi announced this at Ukrainian Ports Forum 2018. According to him, USD 198 million is needed for financing implementation of the project.

He said that the company owns an 82-hectare site at the Yuzhny seaport, which it plans to develop. The site has a berthage of 280 running meters, the water depth there will be 17 meters, and it will be possible to receive vessels with capacities of 150,000-170,000 tons.

The company plans to begin building the grain terminal in 2020 and commission in in 2021. According to preliminary data, the terminal will initially be capable of handling 4.5 million tons of cargoes per year, including 400,000 tons of flour and 200,000 tons of vegetable oil.

The container terminal will have a capacity of 2 million tons and occupy 22 hectares.

The terminal for bulk and general cargo is expected to handle 2-2.5 million tons of cargoes per year.