The first Ada-class corvette, the flagship of the future Ukrainian Navy’s fleet, was recently launched in Istanbul.
Europe continues to purchase Russian iron ore and cast iron although they can easily be replaced with products from other sources. Why is this happening despite sanctions?
According to Ukraine’s ambassador to Turkey, the possibility of broadening the range of the goods is being considered for the future.
Interview with the deputy minister of infrastructure on how the "grain corridor" functions.
15 out of the 47 lots on auction were sold.
Ukraine’s Minister of Infrastructure believes that it will be possible to transport metal products through the maritime corridor for grain exports in the future.
However, the Ministry of Infrastructure will initiate possible resumption of the export of the mining and metals industry’s products by sea at the first convenient opportunity.
Like grain, ore and metal products are one of the main sources of foreign-exchange earnings for Ukraine.
The company has begun exporting products to Europe by road and rail for subsequent transshipment through seaports.
The company has already shipped a pilot batch to the customer.
The volume of goods transported across Ukraine’s western border by road was 2.3 million tons.
The main factors are changes in ore mining and beneficiation plants’ logistical routes and elevated costs of transporting goods to end users.
The stolen metal products could be used to meet the occupiers' needs or sold.
These countries do not support the sanctions policy against Russia.
Members of the chamber also appeal to the countries that are major importers of Ukrainian agricultural products.
Previously, Franz Josef Marx was the partner at The Boston Consulting Group and Roland Berger Strategy Consultants.
This is an important step towards the Ukrainian company’s goal of becoming a certified supplier of components for passenger rolling stock and locomotives manufactured by Siemens.
The company has established a full freight-car repair cycle.
The products were supplied to one of the largest railcar manufacturing and repair companies in France.
Ukraine increased steel production by 22% in December 2020 but steel production in the entire year reduced by 1%.