Ukrainian sea ports handled 40 MMT of grains and 4.7 MMT of vegoils in 2016
Ukraine’s sea ports handled 40.306 MMT of grain in January-December 2016, or 7.5% more than in the same period last year (37.501 MMT), reports UkrAgroConsult.
The largest grain volumes were handled by the following ports: Mykolaiv (9.06 MMT), Yuzhny (8.21 MMT), Odessa (8.16 MMT), Chornomorsk (7.98 MMT) and Olvia (3.05 MMT).
Ukraine’s sea ports handled 4.704 MMT of vegoils in January-December 2016, or 17.8% more than at the same time last year (3.995 MMT).
The largest handling volumes were on account of the following ports: Mykolaiv (1.99 MMT), Chornomorsk (1.31 MMT), Yuzhny (1.05 MMT), Odessa (0.12 MMT) and Mariupol (0.09 MMT).
In addition, at this time the sea ports handled 90.02 КMT of sugar (none last year) and 38.65 КMT of fertilizers (down 30.8%).
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