Returning to cargo levels of almost a decade ago, Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company reports that it carried 26% more cargo up the Danube during the first half of 2018
Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Returning to cargo levels of almost a decade ago, Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company reports that it carried 26% more cargo up the Danube during the first half of 2018

Returning to cargo levels of almost a decade ago, Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company reports that it carried 26% more cargo up the Danube during the first half of 2018 than during the same period last year. From its headquarters in Izmail port, the state company reports that growth was primarily boosted by iron ore orders from Hesteel Serbia, a Chinese-owned steel company in Belgrade. Although iron ore accounts for 60% of the company’s cargo, bookings are strong this month for grain shipments to Serbia and Hungary, Dmytro Chalyi, Danube Shipping Company chairman, tells Ukrinform.

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