Caught in rough seas, the ship experienced heavy pitching and rolling, which caused cargo shift and heavy list.
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Transshipment onto a sea vessel took place in the waters of the Chornomorsk seaport.
Production will be localized in Mykolaiv, Minister of Interior Affairs Arsen Avakov said.
According to President Zelenskyi, repair of the naval vessels will take about three months.
Grain transshipment capacities are approaching 85 million tons.
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The minister of infrastructure expects the volume of transportation by river to triple within the next five years.
The volume of grain cargo handled in Ukrainian seaports increased by 35% and the volume of iron ore by 27%.
The procedure outlines the spheres of responsibility of every government agency involved in environmental inspection and establishes a clear protocol for them.
This was one of the most anticipated decisions in the maritime sector.
The industry’s second HR conference “Ukrainian Ports: People Development” will take place in in Odesa on May 30.
The Odesa seaport remained the leader in terms of container transshipment in 2018.
Cargo transshipment by Ukrainian seaports increased by 2.6 million tons last year.
Transshipment of containers increased by 77% and transshipment of ferrous metals increased 2.3-fold.
In total, 15,629 ship journeys have been performed on the river since the beginning of this year.
This is indicated by data from the MarineTraffic service.
The Volga motor ship will make seven-day trips between Budapest and Passau.
The priority remains installation of new engines on the company’s tugs.