Of this amount, 520,000 tons were transported through Ukraine’s western border crossings and 163,000 tons to ports.
The company expects to take delivery of the new railcars by the end of 2025.
The train has been operating on the route since 3 September.
Test transportation on the Kyiv-Budapest route will take place in September.
The train is linked to the Polish Intercity system, which allows passengers to travel to Warsaw.
The company says it is looking for opportunities to increase the volume of freight transportation to ports in the Baltic States.
The agreement was signed between JSC Ukrzaliznytsia and the Polish operator Polskie Koleje Państwowe Spółka Akcyjna.
Amendments to an agreement on rail transport will allow trains to transport freight in transit through the Etulia - Reni - Giurgiulesti railway section without a three-day stop in Reni.
The company has already mastered the production of flatcars, grain hoppers, and dump cars.
The company is currently in the preparatory stage of this process.
This will strengthen Ukraine's export capabilities and increase the volume of transportation of strategically important export goods.
The integration of electro-hydraulic lifts into future designs of long-distance passenger cars was declared one of the best solutions.
The discussions focus on the possibility of jointly implementing a pilot project.
Work could begin in the coming months.
The Polish manufacturer of these trains will partially help in repairing them.
The limited liability company has an authorized capital of UAH 45,500.
The train will soon begin operating on route No. 829 Uzhhorod - Lviv.
It plans to repair 1,300 kilometers of railroad tracks this year.
According to the company, there is also a clear trend of Ukrainians returning home: 369,000 have traveled out of Ukraine since the beginning of 2023 and 417,000 have traveled in the opposite direction.