Tag: Odesa Seaport

Number Of Grain Wagons Unloaded In Greater Odesa Ports Falls Significantly

The number of grain wagons unloaded in the ports of Greater Odesa is 92 per day, compared with 700 to 900 per day previously.

17th Vessel Chartered By World Food Program Leaves Odesa Port

Over 0.5 million tons of Ukrainian wheat have already been delivered to needy countries in Africa and Asia under the auspices of the WFP.

11 Vessels Carrying 422,000 Tons Of Agricultural Products Leave Greater Odesa Ports In 2 Days

Ninety-six vessels were waiting for inspection in the Bosporus as of 27 December, including 71 heading to Ukrainian ports and 25 already loaded with agricultural products.

4 Ships Loaded With Agricultural Products For Africa, Asia And Europe Leave The Ports Of Greater Odesa

Among them there is a bulker with grain for Kenya, which is also included in the list of countries that Ukraine will help with food under the Grain From Ukraine program.

4 Vessels Carrying Agricultural Products To Asian Countries Leave Greater Odesa Ports

Currently, 21 vessels are being processed at the three ports taking part in the Black Sea Grain Initiative.

3 Ships Carrying 78,000 Tons Of Agricultural Products Leave Greater Odesa Ports

Currently, 20 vessels are being processed in Ukrainian ports.

Siemens Offers To Dock Floating Power Plants Near Odesa, Mykolaiv, And Izmail

Ukrenerho is not currently holding talks regarding floating power plants.

Another Vessel Carrying Ukrainian Wheat Leaves Greater Odesa Port For Ethiopia

The vessel is carrying 30,000 tons of wheat.

Russia Demanding Reopening Of Tolyatti-Odesa Ammonia Pipeline In Exchange For Extension Of Grain Deal

Russia wants to use the same Black Sea route through which Ukrainian food has been exported since August to export its ammonia.

IMO Approves Changes To Traffic Separation Schemes For Ports Of Greater Odesa

This will improve the system of vessel routes in the northwestern part of the Black Sea and bring it in line with the system of established routes implemented at the international level.

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