To revive Ukrainian shipping on the Danube,
Monday, September 10, 2018

To revive Ukrainian shipping on the Danube,

To revive Ukrainian shipping on the Danube, a Romanian company has started to dredge 200,000 cubic meters of sediment by February from Ukraine’s two largest Danube ports, Izmail and Reni. Before Danube-based Complex Delta SRL started dredging, cargo turnover increased through July yoy – up 16% at Izmail, and up 44% at Reni. The information comes from Raivis Veckagans, head of Ukraine’s Sea Ports Authority.

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