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Ukraine: The rate of unloading of wagons with grain at the port of Izmail increased by 1.5 times in February

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Ukraine
Supply Chain Management
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 22, 2024

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The port of Izmail has seen a significant increase in the daily rate of unloading grain wagons, with an average of 123 wagons per day, a 1.5 times increase. This has resulted in a decrease in the queue of wagons by 38 units. Similarly, the ports of Great Odesa have also experienced a reduction in the queue of wagons, with a daily unloading rate of 1,000-1,540 wagons. However, there has been a decline in the transfer of wagons through the western border crossings to countries like Romania, Slovakia, and Hungary, while nearly three carloads of grain are transferred to Poland daily, despite attempts to block rail transport.
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The average daily rate of unloading of wagons with grain at the port of Izmail is currently 123 wagons per day. In February, the indicator increased by 41 cars per day, or 1.5 times. Such data was made public by Valery Tkachov, Deputy Director of the Department of Commercial Work of JSC "Ukrzaliznytsia", reports Rail.insider. "During February, the queue of wagons with grain in the direction of the port of Izmail decreased by 38 units - from 495 to 457 wagons," he added. A reduction in the queue of wagons with grain is also observed in the direction of the ports of Great Odesa. Thus, the accumulation of them in February decreased by 609 units - to 7140 wagons. "Throughout February, the rate of daily unloading of wagons with grain in the ports of Greater Odesa fluctuates in the range of 1,000-1,540 wagons per day. The average daily volume is currently 1,363 wagons per day. In February, the indicator increased by 88 units per day," noted V. Tkachev. In addition, there is a decrease ...
Source: Agravery
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