Groysman Signs Decree Abolishing Regulation Of Ships’ Segregated Ballast Water
This was one of the most anticipated decisions in the maritime sector.
Multitasking, Efficiency, And 4th Industrial Revolution To Be Discussed At HR Conference During 2019 Ukrainian Ports Forum
The industry’s second HR conference “Ukrainian Ports: People Development” will take place in in Odesa on May 30.
Ukrainian Seaports Increase Container Transshipment By 19% In 2018
The Odesa seaport remained the leader in terms of container transshipment in 2018.
USPA Announces Ukrainian Seaports’ Final Cargo Transshipment Data For 2018
Cargo transshipment by Ukrainian seaports increased by 2.6 million tons last year.
Yuzhny Seaport Increases Cargo Transshipment By 2% In 2018
Transshipment of containers increased by 77% and transshipment of ferrous metals increased 2.3-fold.
Cargo Transport Volume On River Dnipro In First 11 Months Of 2018 Exceeds Volume For Entire 2017
In total, 15,629 ship journeys have been performed on the river since the beginning of this year.
Ship Traffic Through Kerch Strait To Mariupol And Berdiansk Ports Resumes
This is indicated by data from the MarineTraffic service.
Austrian Company Charters Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company’s Volga Motor Ship For 2018
The Volga motor ship will make seven-day trips between Budapest and Passau.
CNTIC Proposes Building Tugs For Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company
The priority remains installation of new engines on the company’s tugs.
Two U.S. Companies Seeking To Develop Shipping And Build Fleet In Ukraine
Two U.S. companies intend to develop build barges in Ukraine
Nibulon Launches Third New-Generation Tugboat
Similar tugboats “Yurii Makarov” and “Anatolii Hankevych” were launched earlier.
China’s CNTIC To Help Upgrade Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company’s Fleet
The shipping company plans to finance the implementation of this strategy with foreign loans.
Kiliya Shipyard Launches New Barge For First Time 10 Years
The Kiliya shipyard plans to build another barge of this type this this year.
Kherson Shipyard Extends 96-Meter Bulk Carrier By 23 Meters
The modernization contract is worth about USD 1 million.
Ust-Dunaisk Port Receives First Cruise Ship From Europe In 2017
The Nestroy vessel operates on the Vienna-Vilkove route.
Chornomorsk Port Handles 232 Ships Since Beginning Of Year
The volume of cargo turnover in the seaport during that month was 1.384 million
Ukrrichflot Adds New Vessel To Its Fleet
The container ship was built in 1998
Ukrainian Port In Vietnam May Be Sold To Revive Black Sea Shipping Line
The Black Sea Shipping Line has a debt of about USD 5.8 million.
Ukraine Co-Owns One Of Asia’s Major Ports
The port ranks among the largest in Vietnam.