Investment in this facility amounted to more than EUR 20 million.
The ferry service began operating 24 hours a day on 12 October.
The USPA is preparing a 5.5-hectare land plot on Novy Mol for concession.
The new road will have a length of more than 4 kilometers and require allocation of about 20 hectares of urban land. The project also includes construction of a large parking site for trucks and a WiM site.
The launch of the ferry service had been expected for several years.
The German operator has already registered an intermodal subsidiary in Ukraine.
The terminal consists of an oil depot with a total volume of 12,200 cubic meters, automobile and railway overpasses, and a berth capable of receiving vessels with 5,000-7,000 tons deadweight.
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.
The coronavirus epidemic has forced changes to the organization of the largest port forum in Ukraine.
The flight suspension is from March 24 to June 8.
The new head of the port authority previously held senior positions in the port authority.
Concession of the Kherson, Chernivtsi, and Zaporizhia airports is planned.
The Hungarian low-cost airline began flying to a new Ukrainian airport on November 1-4.
In the future, the head of the state-owned Odesa seaport will be selected via a competition.
Little is known about the new governor: he is a businessman and not a public figure.
The minister of infrastructure has dismissed the Odesa port authority’s head Ihor Tkachuk and UDP’s Board Chairman Dmytro Chalyi.
According to Infrastructure Minister Kryklyi, these are only the first dismissals and “heads will roll” at other state port operators.
This year, the airport reached the 1 million passenger mark in August.
Flights from Odesa to Budapest, Berlin, Bratislava, and Polish cities will be launched.
The plant will receive about 60 million cubic meters of gas per month under a tolling contract.