With Ukraine spending a record $2 billion in highway construction this year, Avtostrada, a German-Ukrainian joint venture, has opened a mobile asphalt plant in Nemyriv, Vinnytsia region
Monday, June 18, 2018

With Ukraine spending a record $2 billion in highway construction this year, Avtostrada, a German-Ukrainian joint venture, has opened a mobile asphalt plant in Nemyriv, Vinnytsia region

With Ukraine spending a record $2 billion in highway construction this year, Avtostrada, a German-Ukrainian joint venture, has opened a mobile asphalt plant in Nemyriv, Vinnytsia region. Capable of producing 160 tons of asphalt per hour, the plant will supply asphalt for the 160 km segment of the M-12 between Vinnytsia and Uman. This segment is being expanded into a 3-lane highway as part of the international transport GO corridor, which will connect Gdansk on the Baltic Sea with Odesa on the Black Sea.

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