sea transportation
7 million tons of goods were exported through the Ukrainian sea corridor

Since August, 200 vessels have passed through the corridor on their way out of the ports of Great Odesa
Vale transports iron ore for the first time in a biofuel-powered bulker

The move will help the company reduce its Scope 3 emissions
Ukraine reduced exports by road by 26.7% m/m in November

Exports by sea and river transport increased by 70.7% compared to October, by rail – decreased by 17.9%

EU will allocate €50 million to Ukraine for the restoration of port infrastructure

Improvement of port facilities will accelerate the export of food and other goods
The Cabinet of Ministers approved the financial plan for USPA for 2024 with a profit of UAH 311 million

The company's net income is planned to be UAH 3.81 billion
Danube ports handled about 28 million tons of cargo in January-October

Compared to the same period in 2022, the growth was 45.6%

Safe corridor: how Ukrainian exports through ports work now

The majority of vessels arriving at the ports of Greater Odessa are intended for the export of grain cargo
Another vessel with steel and grain left Odesa port through the temporary corridor

The temporary corridor is used to evacuate ships that were in Ukrainian ports at the time of a full-scale invasion
Breaking through the blockade by ships with steel – step towards the recovery of sea exports – Metinvest

On board there are products manufactured before the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation
Two bulkers with pig iron and ore left the Pivdenny port

Both vessels have been in the port since the beginning of the Russian aggression against Ukraine
Danube ports operation is limited due to the shallowing and shelling of the Russian Federation

Navigation with ports is complicated, which slows down trade operations
The supply of coal to China is becoming an important factor in the dry cargo market

In the last week of June, the Capesize segment was characterized by mixed dynamics and fluctuating rates

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