sea transportation
The largest vessel in the history of the sea corridor departed from Pivdennyi port

The bulk carrier is loaded with 195,700 tons of products of Ukrainian steel enterprises

Dry bulk freight rates fluctuated in March due to volatile trading activity

Steady demand was observed on the Western Australia-China route, which transports iron ore
Riga port increased transshipment of iron and steel products by 2.5 times y/y in January-February

Transshipment of steel raw materials in 2 months amounted to 147.5 thousand tons, and finished products – 31.3 thousand tons
The crisis in the Suez Canal has raised rates for steel transportation to Europe by 2.5 times

The highest rate was recorded at the end of January this year – $5300/TEU
Chinese traders plan to continue steel supplies via the Red Sea

On March 6, a ship carrying Chinese metal products was attacked by the Houthis

About 30 million tons of cargo passed through the Ukrainian sea corridor

Domestic products are now exported to at least 38 countries
Unity’s maritime corridor vessel insurance program expanded to include steel and ore

This step will increase opportunities for exporting steel products

Record 8 million tons of cargo exported via the Ukrainian sea corridor in February

5.2 million tons of this volume were produced by Ukrainian farmers
Unity Facility insurance in the maritime corridor extended to all cargoes

Cargo insurance option is already available and triples this mechanism
Exports via the Ukrainian sea corridor reached 26 million tons

As of February 23, the ports of Great Odesa were waiting for 111 more ships

There are legal gaps in protection against military risks of maritime transportation – experts

The lack of legal certainty is due to the use of two mechanisms of guarantees to cover losses at different times

Ukrainian sea corridor performance for half a year

Two thirds of export cargo through the ports of Greater Odesa are agricultural products

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