The number of grain wagons unloaded in the ports of Greater Odesa is 92 per day, compared with 700 to 900 per day previously.
A conductor was injured in the attack; he is receiving medical help.
Ukrzaliznytsia already has tank cars of the 1435-mm track gauge.
An auction will take place at the end of February.
This is 35% more than the number of freight cars it produced in 2021.
This is part of a larger World Bank grant for financing Ukraine’s transport sector.
Localizing production at Dniprovahonmash in Ukraine, TAS is launching the production of modern models of freight cars.
However, the company believes that the initial decision that such a ban is necessary is right.
Russian attacks on critical infrastructure were stated as the reason for this.
UAH 1.8 billion in state budget funds has been unblocked in 2022 to allow full financial settlement between Ukrzaliznytsia and the Kryukov Railcar Building Works.
The average daily loading volume was 81,000 tons.
Scrap metal, timber, and coke accounted for the biggest falls in transport volumes in November.
The reason is that the Polish sanitary agency is not allowing them through.
The structure of sales changed in favor of flatcars, which now make up 46% of railcar manufacturing plants’ sales, for the first time in September.
Ukrzaliznytsia currently has an operating fleet of about 7,000 grain wagons.
The Russian occupiers have given railroad workers in the temporarily captured southern regions an ultimatum to redirect all damaged and undamaged gondola cars to Nova Kakhovka and Kherson.
The Kremenchuk steel plant, a potential bidder, has already demanded that Ukrzaliznytsia raise the expected purchase price "to the market level."
Investigators believe that the Kryukov Railcar Building Works bought components for rolling stock at inflated prices from Russian companies involved in Russia's armed aggression against Ukraine.
The cost has soared nine-fold.
The company has already shipped a pilot batch to the customer.