The third vessel carrying liquefied gas entered the port this year, after a break of three years.
The modernization will take place at the Kiliya shipyard.
According to cargo transshipment data, seaports are gradually changing their negative dynamics.
Transshipment of export cargo dropped to 16 million tons and transshipment of import cargo to 3 million tons.
The volume of container transshipment in Ukrainian seaports reduced by 16%.
Nevertheless, transshipment volumes in all these ports fell in January, compared with January last year.
The trains will operate from the Odesa seaport to Kyiv, Dnipro, and Kharkiv.
The volumes of import cargo and export grain handled by Ukrainian seaports reduced significantly.
This volume is 7% less than the volume that was transported a year earlier.
Ore and grain cargo were the leaders in terms of transshipment volumes.
Previously, market participants proposed that navigation on River Dnipro should continue because of favorable weather conditions.
According to the latest data, Ukrainian seaports handled almost 119 million tons of cargo.
Vegetable oil accounted for 5% of Ukraine’s total exports by sea in the 2019-2020 fiscal year.
Ukrainian carriers’ cargo turnover fell by 17% to 186 billion ton-kilometers from January to August 2020.
China was the second most important importer of Ukrainian grain.
The first quarter of 2020 was one of the most successful in the history of the seaport.
The Ukrainian sailors are suspected of or serving sentences for illegal transportation of migrants.
The three leading companies are the State Food and Grain Corporation of Ukraine, Kernel, and Ukrlandfarming.
The annual volume of cargo transshipment exceeded 160 million tons for the first time.
Caught in rough seas, the ship experienced heavy pitching and rolling, which caused cargo shift and heavy list.