Grain exports through Ukraine’s ports have grown by 45% since 2012
Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Grain exports through Ukraine’s ports have grown by 45% since 2012

Grain exports through Ukraine’s ports have grown by 45% since 2012, Andrew Shklyar, head of CTS-Consulting said last week at the Ukrainian Ports Forum. “Over the past five years, grain is the only type of cargo that has been growing annually,” he said in Odesa. “The volume of grain shipments since 2012 has increased from 27.5 million tons to 40 million tons in 2018. Grains make up almost a third turnover of Ukrainian ports.”

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