Stevedoring companies operating in Ukrainian seaports had handled over 25 million tons of cargo as of February 26. This is 13.5% more than they handled in the same period of last year.
This was announced by the Ukrainian Seaports Authority (USPA), the CFTS portal reports.
The Pivdennyi seaport handled 8.86 million tons of cargo, the largest volume among Ukrainian seaports.
Next is the Mykolaiv seaport, where stevedoring companies handled 4.8 million tons. Stevedoring companies handled more than 4.25 million tons of cargoes at the Chornomorsk seaport, more than 4 million tons at the Odesa seaport, and more than 1 million tons at the Mariupol seaport.
In terms of cargo groups, Ukrainian seaports handled over 8.7 million tons of grain cargoes, over 8.85 million tons of mining and metals cargoes, more than 2 million tons of container cargoes, 1 million tons of coal, and 1 million tons of oil.
As the CFTS portal reported earlier, the Pivdennyi seaport has set a daily record for unloading wagons. The state-owned seaport has also broken its own absolute record for the rate of unloading gondola cars.