Ukrainian seaports handled over 61.4 million tons of cargo in the first five months of 2019, which is almost 7 million tons or 13% more than they handled in the corresponding period of last year.
The new facility will be built at the site of the old cargo terminal.
Ukrainian seaports handled 48.8 million tons of cargo in the first four months of 2019.
Tariffs for use of Ukrzaliznytsia’s freight cars within Ukraine and abroad will rise 30 days after publication of the new tariffs.
The Kryukov Railcar Building Works produced 1,277 freight cars in January-March 2019.
The state stevedoring company in the Kherson seaport processed 2,216 railcars in the first three months of the year.
The Aurum Group has signed contracts for production of 75 freight cars.
Auctions will allow the company to sell services involving guaranteed transportation of goods at fixed prices several months in advance.
The opening of an international border crossing is scheduled for autumn 2019.
The Romanian state rail carrier believes that failure to sign a bilateral agreement with Ukrzaliznytsia is not an obstacle to cross-border cooperation.
Gondola cars were the most popular.
Handling of grain cargoes increased by 44% and mineral fertilizers 3.3-fold.
Cargo transshipment by Ukrainian seaports increased by 2.6 million tons last year.
Production will resume without the use of Russian components.
The port increased processing of metal goods 2.4-fold, ore by 80%, and heavy trucks by 50%.
This is stated in data published by the Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure.
The number of trips that vessels performed on the river increased by 10% in 2018.
The Boryspil airport’s first deputy general director spoke about the reasons for the paralysis at the airport’s cargo terminal on Friday.
A new section has been added to the handbook and the information in it has been updated.
The state-owned seaport has handled 11.2 million tons of cargo since the beginning of this year.