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Ukrzaliznytsia Imposes New Restrictions On Grain Transportation

Grain transportation by major companies will be temporarily banned.

Poles Seeking To Restore Chelm–Zdolbuniv Railway Link

The railway route between Ukraine and Poland was closed due to a misunderstanding between Ukrzaliznytsia and Polish customs authorities.

Ukrzaliznytsia To Receive Sufficient Diesel Fuel For Two Months Of Uninterrupted Operation

Ukrzaliznytsia will begin the process of concluding a framework agreement with reliable traders in the fall to ensure supply of diesel fuel in 2020.

Commuter Trains Resume Operation On Donbas Railway Stretch For First Time Since 2014

Passenger trains have resumed operation on the Volnovakha – Pivdennodonbaska railway stretch.

Ukrzaliznytsia Accuses Cargo Owners Of Creating ‘Grain Paralysis’ On Approaches To Seaports

Ukrzaliznytsia has announced that it is introducing conventions on sending wagons to seaports because businesses are unable to cope with unloading of wagons.

U.S. Export-Import Bank To Finance Purchase Of Locomotives For Ukrzaliznytsia

The Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure is also negotiating with the American bank on provision of financial support for Ukrainian aircraft manufacturing companies.

Ukrzaliznytsia Needs UAH 13 Billion For Upgrade Of Diesel-Locomotive Fleet, UAH 60 Billion For Upgrade Of Electric-Locomotive Fleet

Ukrzaliznytsia has again announced that billions of hryvnia in investments is needed for upgrade of railway rolling stock and infrastructure.

More Than 800 Ukrainians Working At Pesa Plant In Poland

Ukrainians account for nearly a quarter of the number of employees at the railway rolling stock plant.

Ukrzaliznytsia To Transform Volnovakha - Kamysh-Zoria Railway Into Dual-Track Railway

It has already built 26.9 kilometers of tracks and plans to build 7 kilometers more.

Ukrzaliznytsia Transports 1.6 Million Passengers To Europe In 2 Years Since Introduction Of Visa-Free Travel

The volume of passenger transportation directly from Ukraine to the EU has reached 980,000 and the volume from the EU to Ukraine 615,000 in the two years of since the introduction of visa-free travel.

Ukrzaliznytsia To Create ‘Station Company’ Modeled On Deutsche Bahn

Ukrzaliznytsia intends to establish a company for managing train stations.

20% Discount Approved For Delivery Of Goods To Berdiansk And Mariupol Seaports By Rail

Cargo flows to the ports of Mariupol and Berdiansk have reduced significantly due to the aggressive actions of the Russian Federation.

Ukrzaliznytsia To Launch Serial Production Of Grain Carriers In 2020

The company plans to set up production at the Paniutynskyi railcar repair plant.

Kryukov Railcar Works Increases Production Of Freight Cars By 73% In First Quarter 2019

The Kryukov Railcar Building Works produced 1,277 freight cars in January-March 2019.

Cabinet Bans Import Of Russian Parts For Railcar Manufacturing

The ban affects springs for freight-car bogies, which are also produced in Ukraine.

New China-Hungary Container Train Launches Through Ukrainian Territory

The train completed a test trip on April 7.

Infrastructure Ministry: 87% Of Electric Rolling Stock Have Reached End Of Service Life

The Ministry of Infrastructure has disclosed the number of trams, trolleybuses, and subway cars in Ukraine.

Kosice-Mukacheve Train Completes Test Trip

The first train, which will begin regular operations from Kosice in June, has arrived in Mukacheve.

Kravtsov: Ukrzaliznytsia To Pay UAH 4.2 Billion In Land Tax In 2019

Ukrzaliznytsia was stripped of its land-tax preferences on January 1, 2019.

Ukrzaliznytsia Closes 1,857 Kilometers Of Railways

Sections of the railway have been closed to train traffic due to extremely unsatisfactory conditions.

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