From a low base, ship traffic on the Dnipro, Ukraine’s Mississippi, is up 10% during the first half of this year to 5,785 vessels.
Wednesday, August 22, 2018

From a low base, ship traffic on the Dnipro, Ukraine’s Mississippi, is up 10% during the first half of this year to 5,785 vessels.

From a low base, ship traffic on the Dnipro, Ukraine’s Mississippi, is up 10% during the first half of this year to 5,785 vessels. Ships moved 3 million tons of cargo up and down the river, including: 1.7 million tons of building materials, such as cement, sand and gravel; 800,000 tons of grain; 456,000 tons of metal; and 27,000 tons of oil. Dutch experts calculate that with reconstruction of the main river locks, the Dnipro’s cargo carrying capacity would be 30 million tons a year.

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