In the latest step to restore the Dnipro as a working river, TransShipOil plans to increase its river fleet from three ships to five this summer
Thursday, May 30, 2019

In the latest step to restore the Dnipro as a working river, TransShipOil plans to increase its river fleet from three ships to five this summer

In the latest step to restore the Dnipro as a working river, TransShipOil plans to increase its river fleet from three ships to five this summer, reports the Center for Transportation Strategies. TransShipOil tanker ships work the lower 700 km of the Dnipro, picking up sunflower oil at six river stations — between Svitlovodsk and Ochakiv, the Black Sea port. The new tankers, with average cargo capacities of 3,000 tons, have been imported and reflagged for use in Ukraine. Ukraine is the world’s largest exporter of sunflower oil.

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