Ukrainian seaports currently have a combined storage capacity of almost 5 million tons of grain.
UAH 3.4 billion will be invested in development of the seaport over five years.
The terminal has a one-time storage capacity of 15,000 tons.
Four concrete plants operated at full capacity to facilitate the construction of the river terminal.
The Lviv airport has decided to use its old Terminal A for handling charter and special flights operated by small business aircraft.
The company will launch a new grain transshipment complex in the Odesa seaport in the autumn.
The new facility will be built at the site of the old cargo terminal.
The previously mothballed Terminal F, from which all low-cost airlines flying from the Boryspil airport will now operate flights, was officially opened on March 31.
Some carriers will transfer all their flights to the terminal, others will transfer only part of their flights.
The new Eurovneshtorg grain terminal at the Olvia seaport has been entered into the Register of Seaports.
The volume of cargo handling by the terminal increased by 39.6% in 2018, compared with 2017.
The Yevrovneshtorg terminal plans to handle 1 million tons of agricultural cargo in 2019.
The terminals will be located in the rear of the berth No. 8.
Investment projects for these terminals are already being planned, according to the Ministry of Infrastructure.
Louis Dreyfus Holding B.V. intends to significantly increase its investment in Ukraine over several years.
Ryanair flights will be moved to the Terminal F.
The fire at the plant, which is located in the Yuzhny seaport, was extinguished at around 07:00 Wednesday.
The new runway will be located near the airport’s Terminal F.
The passenger terminal is capable of handling more than 1 million passengers per year.
The Terminal F was closed in October 2013