Cargo handled by Chornomorsk increased by one third through May
Monday, June 18, 2018

Cargo handled by Chornomorsk increased by one third through May

Cargo handled by Chornomorsk increased by one third through May, compared to the same five months last year. Exports increased by 16% to 6.4 million tons. Imports jumped 245%, to 1.9 million tons, the Sea Port Authority reports. Chornomorsk got a boost after Denmark’s Maersk, the world’s largest container carrier stopped using Odesa port on April 1, routing all cargo through Chornomorsk or Yuzhny. Maersk never publicly explained why. There have been recurring complaints about corruption at Odesa port.

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