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Transport and logistics news in Ukraine and world, infrastructure development, legislation, freight rates and dry Baltic index daily updates.
Ukraine. Throughput of Commercial Sea Port Yuzhny in HI’17 down 18.5% Y-o-Y to 6.6 mln t
Ukraine. Nibulon builds new grain terminal in Kherson region
Ukraine. Omelian plans to create container-grain hub in Chernomorsk port
Ukraine. USPA to allocate UAH 3.9 billion for investment projects in 2017
Protest may halt grains exports from key Northern Brazilian port: industry
Throughput of Ukraine's Port of Odessa up 5% to 12.24 mln t in Jan-June'17
U.S. trader Bunge to focus Russian grain operations on Azov Sea
Black Sea transportation market remained passive last week
Yuzhny acknowledged as an example of development for Ukrainian ports
Throughput of Russian seaports in Jan-June'17 up 11.3% Y-o-Y to 384 mln t
Ukraine. Omelyan wants to expand list of ports subjected to concession
Ukraine. New river elevator to be built in Dnepropetrovsk region
Growth of cargo traffic is expected in late July
Ukraine. Skadovsk port plans cooperation with Georgian and Turkish companies
Ukraine. “Ukrzaliznytsia” makes suggestion how to reduce shortage of grain hoppers
Russia and China sign agreement on development of Primorye 1 and Primorye 2 international transport corridors
Ukraine. EBRD to allocate EUR 50-70 million for river infrastructure development
New transport corridor South-West
Ukraine. Is railway ready for the new season?
Russian Railways may gain right to reduce tariffs for grain by 55%
Two American companies intend to develop shipping industry and build fleet in Ukraine – Omelian
Ukraine. Foreign investor plans to build grain terminal in Chernomorsk port
Ukraine and Belarus to provide USD 30 million to restore shipping along Dnieper
Russia. Grain and oil terminal to be built in Novorossiysk
Poland supports the development of river corridor through Ukraine
Baltic Dry Index may recover with the start of new agrarian season
The revival of river transport will provide impetus to the development of logistics in various sectors of the economy, assures Prime Minister
Rising operating volumes in Russian ports
Russia and China plan to launch first high-speed freight train in 2019
Russia. Government plans to reimburse logistics costs of agrarians
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