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Transport and logistics news in Ukraine and world, infrastructure development, legislation, freight rates and dry Baltic index daily updates.
Ukraine. USPA to carry out dredging on the Danube River
Ukraine. Construction of grain handling complex begins at Chop station
Ukraine. Railroad transportation in 2017 - grain strengthens its positions
Ukraine. Nibulon plans to double river cargo transportation
EBRD supporting efficient grain logistics in Ukraine
Baltic Dry Index. Bearish trends persisted
Russia. More than 400 KMT of grain to be transported at a reduced tariff
NIBULON Shipbuilding and Repair Yard to launch six vessels and to start the construction of three more ones this year
Ukraine. In 2018 UAH 300 million to be allocated on rivers dredging
Throughput of Russian seaports in January 2018 grew by 2.4% Y-o-Y to 61.9 million tonnes
Ship lineup grows as truck strike slows Argentina grain exports
Strike was lifted, but blockades continued in Argentina
Tranport strike ends in Argentina
Russia. 295 KMT of grain to be transported at a reduced tariff
Seaports of Ukraine handled 10.8 mln t of cargo in Jan’18 up 10.9% Y-o-Y
Equipment delivered to construction site of NIBULON's transshipment terminal in Mykolaiv
Baltic Dry Index got substantial support from the Panamax sector due to its high activity
US grain rail shipments down 1.1% on year: railroads group
China's CHEC fiishes dredging project at Yuzhny port to build grain terminal
Ukrainian Sea Ports Association receives observer status at ESPO
First Cryptocurrency Freight Deal Takes Russian Wheat to Turkey
Baltic Dry Index reached its low over the last 4 months
NIBULON’s fleet will be increased
Baltic Dry Index decreased last week
Grain throughput at Russian ports in 2017 boomed after record harvest
Russian seaports of the Azov Sea handled 87.8 mln t of cargo in 2017, up 24.7% Y-o-Y
FOB-Azov Russian 12.5% protein wheat hits over four-month high
Weekly US grain rail shipments down 10% on year: trade group
Ukraine. Silos construction for Nibulon’s new terminal begins in Nikolayev port
Grain transshipment via Russian ports showed highest growth in 2017 among other cargoes, followed by coal and coke
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