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Nibulon To Launch Operation Of New Grain Elevator Complex In Luhansk Region On 1 October

The elevator will be capable of accepting 10,000 tons of agricultural products

Nibulon’s Terminal On River Dnipro Receives First Million Tons Of Agricultural Products

The transshipment terminal was commissioned in 2012.

EBRD Decides To Provide USD 37 Million For Construction Of Cargill Terminal At Yuzhny Port

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) will also provide a loan of the same amount.

Nibulon Launches 90-Meter Vessel

The barge has a length of 90 meters, a width of 16 meters, and a displacement of 3,750 tons.

Chornomorsk Port May Increase Cargo Transshipment By 14 Million Tons Per Year

The investor is seeking to lease the port’s warehouse No. 11 with the aim of building a universal cargo transshipment complex on its basis.

Cargo Fleet Travels On Southern Bug River To Voznesensk For First Time In 25 Years

The non-self-propelled vessel was loaded with 2,000 tons of wheat harvested in 2016.

Grain Transshipment At Romanian Ports Falls By 25%

Grains continue to hold the largest share of the total volume of cargo turnover.

Ukrzaliznytsia Loads 14.5 Million Tons Of Grain In January-July

The existing fleet of grain wagons is enough for transportation of grain

UDP Sets Record For Monthly Cargo Transport Volume

Two types of cargoes accounted for the increase in cargo transport volume.

Private Stevedores Account For 95% Of Grain Handled In Seaports

The volume of grain handling in seaports in the first half of 2016 increased by 6.8% to 16.220 million tons, compared with the corresponding period of last year.

World Bank Estimates Ukraine’s Logistics Investment Needs

Ukraine’s logistics infrastructure is underdeveloped in light of the expected increase in agricultural production. Ukraine should optimize its logistics costs to increase the competitiveness of its agricultural products.

Grain Logistics 40% More Expensive In Ukraine Than In Competing Countries

Grain Logistics in Ukraine is much more expensive than in France, Germany, and the United States. Logistics costs in Ukraine amount to about USD 50 per ton but they are 30-40% lower in competing countries.

Nibulon Launches First Of Eight Grain Barges Under B2000 Project

The Nibulon shipyard launched the first of eight barges under the B2000 project, which will be used for transporting grain on the Southern Bug River.

Brooklyn-Kiev To Build Grain Terminal In Illichivsk Port For USD 200 Million

The Brooklyn-Kiev stevedoring company intends to build a grain terminal behind the Illichivsk seaport’s berths Nos. 7, 8, and 9 and reconstruct the berths. The total investment in the project will be USD 200 million.

Nibulon To Launch New Terminal On Southern Bug River In June

The Nibulon company plans to launch a transshipment terminal on the Southern Bug River in the village of Buhske (Voznesenskyi district of the Mykolaiv region) in June 2016.

Risoil Launches First Phase Of Grain Terminal At Illichivsk Seaport

The company Risoil S.A. has launched the first phase of the SP Risoil Terminal, which is a grain terminal, at the Illichivsk seaport.

Ukraine's Seaports Increase Grain Transshipment By 13.8% In January-November

Terminals at Ukrainian seaports increased transshipment of grain by 13.8% to 32.92 million tons in the period of January-November this year, compared with the same period last year.

The Longest Grain Train Launched In Australia

he longest export grain train of Australia was set up by Southern Shorthaul Railroad and the Australian Rail Track Corporation. The train has 1250 m long, five locos and 73 cars.

New Grain Complex And Berth To Be Build At Ilyichevsk Port

The Brooklyn-Kiev stevedoring company (Odessa seaport) has held talks with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) on the possibility of financing a project for construction of a grain terminal and reconstruction of berths at the Ilyichevsk seaport.

Ilyichevsk Grain Port Loses 5 Hectares Of Land To Bank Because Of Debts

The bank and the Ilyichevsk Grain Port Ltd. concluded a loan agreement for a credit line of UAH 350 million on 27 June 2012.

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