Grain-handling capacities in Ukrainian ports

01.08.2016

As last year, grain handling industry of Ukraine still attracts investors.

Grain market participants are strongly interested in developing grain handling facilities in large ports and building their own logistic chains. From this viewpoint, Ukrainian grain handling segment is considered to be the most investment attractive and promising for investing.

Three new grain-handling terminals were put into operation in Ukrainian sea ports last season, which resulted in expansion of calculated grain-handling capacities for exports in ports to more than 50 MMT.

Presently investors have announced 9 projects for construction of specialized grain-handling terminals in Ukrainian sea ports. If they implement these projects, before 2020 Ukrainian sea ports will be able to handle more than 70 MMT of grain for exports.

The analysis of recent trends and Ukrainian grain-handling industry development prospects is available in UkrAgroConsult’s study “Grain-handling capacities in Ukrainian ports”.
 

Content

Resume

I.          MAIN TENDENCIES OF GRAIN AND OIL CROPS PRODUCTION IN UKRAINE

1.1.     Grain market overview

1.2.     Oilseeds market overview

II.        SWOT ANALYSIS OF GRAIN AND OIL MARKETS OF UKRAINE

III.       SEAPORT GRAIN HANDLING CAPACITIES

3.1. Overview of Ukrainian seasports grain handling sector

3.2. Port capacities for grain transshipment in bulk

3.3. Estimate of calculated grain handling capacity in Ukraine

3.4. Development trends of Ukrainian grain handling sector

3.5. Estimated actual grain handling capacity of Ukrainian seaports

3.6. Quantitative estimate of terminals capacity utilization, 2008-2016

3.7. Grain storage capacities in ports

3.8. Dynamics of grain-handling tariffs in Ukraine, 2008-2016

3.9. Assesment of competitive advantages of largest ports and terminals

3.10. Construction of new port facilities. Projects for modernization and expansion of the existing port capacities.

3.11. Grain handling sector of Ukraine: risks and opportunities

IV.       Ukrainian grain handling capacities supply and demand, 2015/16 and 2016/17

 

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