Ukrainian carriers’ cargo turnover fell by 17% to 186 billion ton-kilometers from January to August 2020.
The vessel is expected to be delivered to the customer in September.
The changes took effect on 5 September.
The volume of cargo transportation on the river fell by 11%.
Ore and grain cargoes accounted for the largest transshipment volumes.
Transportation of freight on such trains will be discontinued on 18 September.
The state-owned stevedoring company handled 13.5 million tons of cargo in August.
The company continues to view the Boryspil airport as a potential hub for the Caucasus and Central Asia region.
Transshipment of containers reached 604,000 TEU, exceeding last year's figure by 10.6%.
The Kryukov Railcar Building Works produced 773 freight cars in the first four months of 2020.
The Pivdennyi Commercial Seaport handled 1.982 million tons of cargo in April 2020.
The giant Ukrainian aircraft landed at the airport in Gostomel on April 22.
The company is expanding its payment options.
The companies executed delivery using an electronic consignment note in March.
The first such flight will deliver 4 tons of parcels to Ukraine on April 10.
The company also increased the productivity of its locomotives and accelerated the turnaround time of freight cars.
The new company will be able to deliver supplies to ships, deliver cargoes to the roadstead, provide agency services, and facilitate safe mooring of ships.
This represents a 50% increase compared with the volume of cargo transported on the river in the same period last year.
Five An-124-100 Ruslan aircraft belonging to Antonov Airlines are involved in a series of flights delivering cargo for combating coronavirus. The flights are operated between China and the European Union.
On average, 551 wagons are loaded in ports daily.