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UDP Transports Almost 300,000 Tons Of Cargo In January

The volume of cargo transportation by UDP’s fleet in January this year was more than the volume in the same period of last year by 35.8%

Ecological Inspector Tries To Illegally Take Sample Of Ballast Water From Turkish Vessel At Yuzhny Port

There were no ecologists on the commission because, according to the process chart approved by the Cabinet of Ministers resolution No. 451, they are not part of a reception commission

Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company Reports Annual Profit For First Time In Several Years

After two years of operating at 70% capacity, employees switched to a full working week in August 2014.

Consortium Of 4 Countries To Work On Restoration Of Waterway From Kherson To Gdansk

Experts will analyze the economic, technical, environmental, and other aspects of the E-40 waterway between Gdansk and Kherson.

Transport Employers Federation: Reduction Of Period For Analyzing Ballast Water Will Not Eradicate Corruption

A working group will meet in early February to discuss the necessary amendments to the legislation

Ilyichevsk Port Receives Third Ship Carrying Coal From South Africa

The Rosco Poplar vessels entered the port’s berth No. 1 for processing in the evening on January 10.

Ukrrichflot Forecasts Revenue Of USD 70 Million For 2014

The company’s EBITDA may reach USD 9.3 million.

Russia’s Largest Port Failing To Cope With Cargo Traffic

The main reasons for the unsatisfactory organization of the operations of ports are untimely provision of merchant fleet

DTEK Plans To Buy Three Remaining Coal Consignments From South Africa

DTEK was considering the possibility of holding talks on further purchases of coal from South Africa

Shipment Of South African Coal To Ukraine Stopped Because Currency Sales Were Blocked

Purchase of foreign currency by Ukrinterenergo has been blocked

Turkish Authorities Monitoring Ship Owners To Prevent Them From Calling At Crimean Ports

Turkish ship owners have been informed that it is undesirable for their ships to call at Crimean ports,

Second Batch Of South African Coal To Arrive In Ilyichevsk In Early November

The journey from the Port of Richards Bay to the Ukrainian port of Ilyichevsk will take about one month

Yatseniuk Discloses Quantity Of Coal Needed By Ukraine

The country needs about four million tons of additional coal before the end of this year

Ukrferry Launches Illichivsk-Constanta-Batumi Ferry Service

The Greifswald ferry, which can accommodate 85 17-meter trucks of the TIR class and 150 passengers, is operated on the route.

Shipowners From Turkey And Bulgaria Interested In Cabotage Operations In Ukraine

Interest in cabotage has increased because of the destruction of the infrastructure of the Donetsk Railway

Regulation Of Ships’ Segregated Ballast Water At Ukrainian Ports Abolished

The relevant amendments adapt the national environmental legislation to international standards and eradicate one of the most common corruption schemes.

Cargo Ferry Service To Link Skadovsk And Istanbul In Early November

The company that will operate the ferry service was not named.

UDP Reaches Agreement With Austrian-Based Voestalpine On Transportation Poltava Ore Pellets In 2015

The shipping company did not specify the expected transport volumes

Cargo Turnover At Sevastopol Ports Down 50% Since Beginning Of 2014

They processed 158 vessels, including 96 foreign and chartered vessels.

Coal From South Africa Will Arrive In Ukraine On October 15-19

The consignment of coal in the first vessel will be about 87,000 tons

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