Next month, a $100 million, 33-silo grain handling terminal is to be completed at Odesa port

, reports Ports of Ukraine news site. Partly financed by the EBRD and constructed by Brooklyn-Kiev and Louis Dreyfus Company, the Franco-Dutch food processing firm, the complex will launch Brooklyn-Kiev into the ranks of Ukraine’s top five grain handling terminals. The new terminal can store 241,000 tons at one time and will has an annual shipping capacity of 4 million tons. For comparison, Ukraine is expected to export 56 million tons of grain this year.

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