logistics

Oleksandr Kalenkov: “Iron and steel industry suffered more from the war than other industries”

President of Ukrmetalurgprom – about the current situation in the industry and its prospects

Danube ports received a record number of ships per day since the beginning of the war

On August 27, 11 vessels passed through the Bystre estuary and the Romanian Sulina canal in the direction of the Ukrainian Danube ports

ANNOUNCEMENT: Online discussion «Supply chains for industrial companies» from CSCMP

During the event, logistics specialists in Ukraine, members of CSCMP Ukraine and invited speakers will talk about their experience in solving complex logistical tasks during the war

Serbia used almost all its capacities for dredging the Danube

The works are being carried out near the second largest Serbian city, Novy Sad

Lower Rhine water levels lead to logistical problems – Bloomberg

Transportation of fuel and other necessary goods is disrupted

Export intensification instead of import taxes

Unblocking sea ports for iron&steel products will ensure growth of foreign exchange earnings and stabilization of the exchange rate

Romanian port Constanta increased cargo transshipment by 17% in January-June

For six months, port operators handled 37.5 million tons of cargo

Interpipe increased logistics costs by 2.5-3.5 times

Due to the blockade of Ukrainian ports, the company began to export products by cars and railway transport to European ports

Summer recession: why Ukraine’s steelmakers and miners reduce activities

Business cannot solve many new problems without authorities involvement

The bottleneck: why Danube ports cannot save Ukrainian exports

In recent years, the share of Danube ports in the total Ukraine’s freight shipment was 2.5-4.2%

The main problem: how to deliver our products to customers

Non-considered steps in finances and logistics can create additional risks for the industry

Romania repaired railway tracks from Ukraine to the port of Galati

Now, it is possible to transport goods from Ukraine to the Danube port without changing the rolling stock