The grand opening will take place on June 12.
Ukrainian seaports currently have a combined storage capacity of almost 5 million tons of grain.
The three leading companies are the State Food and Grain Corporation of Ukraine, Kernel, and Ukrlandfarming.
QTerminals is the winner of the concession tender at the Olvia seaport.
Transshipment onto a sea vessel took place in the waters of the Chornomorsk seaport.
Ukrzaliznytsia’s Business Development Director Riazantsev discloses the amount of investment needed to eliminate the significant shortage of grain storage capacity.
Grain transshipment capacities are approaching 85 million tons.
Grains and ore accounted for more than half of the total transshipment volumes of Ukrainian seaports during this period.
Priority will be given to scheduled unit-train shipments.
The terminal has a one-time storage capacity of 15,000 tons.
On average, Ukrzaliznytsia has loaded 1,581 grain wagons per day this year.
Grain transportation by major companies will be temporarily banned.
The shipment was the first by the Agrostudio Group’s river shipping division.
Ukrzaliznytsia has announced that it is introducing conventions on sending wagons to seaports because businesses are unable to cope with unloading of wagons.
Grain exports exceeded 50 million tons in the 2018/2019 fiscal year.
The company will launch a new grain transshipment complex in the Odesa seaport in the autumn.
The body of the new grain wagon has a larger volume.
This record revenue was due to an increase in the export price of grain.
The United States will continue supporting Ukraine although it realizes that this will increase competition for its agricultural producers
It is increasingly difficult for farmers and co-operatives to find a carrier when necessary.