Mykolaiv is the fourth Ukrainian port in which the DP World port operator’s subsidiary towing company is operating.
In particular, online monitoring of the movement of ships, provision of communication facilities on the territory of Ukraine and abroad, as well as tracking the content of cargo will be introduced.
Kryklyi discusses concession and privatization projects in seaports.
According to the latest data, Ukrainian seaports handled almost 119 million tons of cargo.
Business representatives and top managers in the Ukrainian transport industry discuss the immediate prospects for development of infrastructure in the country.
Vegetable oil accounted for 5% of Ukraine’s total exports by sea in the 2019-2020 fiscal year.
The USPA is preparing a 5.5-hectare land plot on Novy Mol for concession.
The new road will have a length of more than 4 kilometers and require allocation of about 20 hectares of urban land. The project also includes construction of a large parking site for trucks and a WiM site.
The possibility of building the grain terminal is currently under discussion.
Ore and grain cargoes accounted for the largest transshipment volumes.
The general director of Zaporozhkran shared the company's plans for this year in an interview with the CFTS portal.
The state-owned stevedoring company handled 13.5 million tons of cargo in August.
QTerminals plans to develop the grain hub at the Olvia seaport.
Transshipment of containers reached 604,000 TEU, exceeding last year's figure by 10.6%.
The Kherson port concession project is the basis for development of a model for investment not only in the port industry, but also in infrastructure and other sectors where concession is applicable.
Under the agreement, the concessionaire, Risoil-Kherson LLC, is granted the exclusive right to create, build, and manage the Kherson seaport with a view to its modernization and further development, and the concession will last 30 years.
The ACC and the EBA have defended former infrastructure minister Vladimir Omelian on the issue of reduction of the rates of port charges.
The German operator has already registered an intermodal subsidiary in Ukraine.
The terminal consists of an oil depot with a total volume of 12,200 cubic meters, automobile and railway overpasses, and a berth capable of receiving vessels with 5,000-7,000 tons deadweight.
According to Infrastructure Minister Kryklyi, the court’s decision is final and not subject to appeal.