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Ukraine: The volume of grain unloading in the ports of Greater Odessa decreased

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Ukraine
Supply Chain Management
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 21, 2024

Tridge summary

The unloading of grain cargoes at the ports of Greater Odessa has seen a decline, with the number of wagons dropping to 1,196, a decrease of 91 wagons over the week. This reduction is attributed to multiple factors, including rocket attacks on the railway infrastructure near the port of Chornomorsk, which led to a temporary shipping ban to this port and the redirection of cargoes to alternative ports. Additionally, there has been a decrease in the accumulation of wagons heading towards the Greater Odessa ports, while the queue for the port of Izmail has grown. The situation is further exacerbated by frequent air alarms and deteriorating weather conditions, which have negatively impacted unloading operations.
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Original content

During the last week, the number of wagons with grain cargoes unloading at the ports of Greater Odessa decreased to 1196 units. On April 18, such data was made public by the deputy director of the department of commercial work of JSC "Ukrzaliznytsia" Valery Tkachev, reports Rail.insider. "Throughout April, the rate of daily unloading of wagons with grain in the ports of Greater Odessa fluctuates in the range of 1,000-1,250 units. The average daily rate of unloading of wagons in the ports of Great Odesa is currently 1,196 units. In a week, the indicator decreased by 91 wagons," the specialist clarified. Also, the accumulation of wagons with grain moving towards the ports of Great Odesa decreased during the week — from 8,330 to 7,289 wagons. "During the week, the enemy carried out several rocket attacks on the near-port railway infrastructure of the port of Chornomorsk. Currently, experts are investigating the level of destruction/damage to the railway infrastructure. A convention ...
Source: Agravery
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