A simplified law on the construction of new terminals was adopted last year.
The pipeline is being laid from scratch.
Vaskov also stated that organizing transshipment in roadsteads in Romanian territorial waters is key to increasing the River Danube’s export capacity.
The reservoir has become shallow, making it impossible to transport grain on water.
The port processed 391 ships in May.
The two countries are looking for ways to increase the number of ship calls at Danube ports.
These are the first special craft of this type to be delivered to civilian road workers; they were previously used exclusively by military engineers.
The areas of possible support still have to be determined.
The contract provides for the transportation of over 500,000 tons of cargo.
The company will also consider the possibility of roadstead transshipment in the region.
The Ukrainian Seaports Authority also stated that the canal’s infrastructure would be modernized.
Two vessels were repaired in October.
This will speed up the turnaround time of the UDP’s fleet and allow the company to offer cargo owners a turnkey logistics chain.
The enemy is using the company’s barges to ferry personnel and ammunition.
The boat will be used to perform tasks in the northern operational zone.
The UDP’s ships transported 3,300 TEU in six months.
The Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company currently has 14 caravans on the line.
For this purpose, the shipping company’s management is negotiating with Romania, Austria, and Hungary.