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Grain Exports Via Ukrainian Seaports Doubles In Last Five Year

Grain exports via Ukrainian seaports doubles in last five year

Grain Exports Via Ukrainian Seaports Doubles In Last Five YearSource: Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority

Odessa, Ukraine (PortSEurope) November 24, 2018 – In the last five years, the volume of grain exports through Ukraine’s seaports has almost doubled from 22.1 to 43.9 million tons.

According to Maxim Shirokov of the Yuzhny division of Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority (USPA) said at the “Grain Terminals: New Projects, Equipment and Technologies” event in Odessa, that the increase was mainly due to investment in new grain terminals in the ports of Yuzhny, Berdyansk and Olbia.

In the last few years, USPA has reached an agreement with the business on investments in the development of terminals and port infrastructure worth over UAH 30 billion.

Maxim Shirokov also added that the implementation of joint Public-Private Partnership projects on the construction of transshipment complexes, terminals, reconstruction and construction of berths is ongoing in Mykolaiv, Chornomorsk, Odessa, Mariupol and Yuzhnensk ports.

The conference was held on November 22 in the city of Odessa. The organizers of the event were the publishing house “Ports of Ukraine” and IAC “BlackSeaTrans”. The conference attracted about 200 participants, among them private and public stevedoring companies, manufacturers, exporters and importers of grains and oilseeds, investment companies, banks, equipment manufacturers and other professionals related to the grain industry.

Source: Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority

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