The corridor will connect River Dnipro and River Danube.
The new terminal in Hola Prystan will become Nibulon’s second facility in Kherson region
The company will use the proceeds to renew its fleet
The vessel has a total cargo hold capacity of 2,850 cubic meters.
The transshipment terminal was commissioned in 2012.
The barge has a length of 90 meters, a width of 16 meters, and a displacement of 3,750 tons.
Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company transported 270,000 tons of cargo in In July and 290,000 tons in August.
The non-self-propelled vessel was loaded with 2,000 tons of wheat harvested in 2016.
Two types of cargoes accounted for the increase in cargo transport volume.
Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Viktor Dovhan signed the Danube Declaration on Development of Inland Waterways.
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.
The volume of export of Ukrainian grain and oil cargoes will reach 44.4 million tons by the 2024/25 marketing year and it can further increase to 100 million tons, with up to 20% of this volume being transported on River Dnipro.
he Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company (UDP) has found work for all the four cruise vessels in its fleet in 2016. Two of them are chartered by a hotel in Austria, two others will operate on the Passau-Budapest-Passau line.
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.
Belarus is interested in restoration of the E-40 waterway, which connects the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea. With the help of this waterway, Belarus plans to attract transit cargo by river.
The Ukrrichflot shipping company (Kyiv) made a net profit of UAH 60.599 million in 2015, which is 6.8 times more than its net profit in 2014, according to preliminary data.
Work on construction of a ferry across River Danube between Orlovka (Ukraine) and Isaccea (Romania) in the Reni district of the Odesa region will be completed in October this year.
The volume of cargo transported by water in Ukraine increased by 8.4% to 6.4 million tons in 2015, compared with a year earlier.
This will be the company’s third elevator complex in the Nikolayev region and the second on the Southern Bug River.
The river will become so shallow that movement of vessels will essentially become impossible in the future if this problem is ignored.