Ukraine: Portinvest to build a grain terminal in the port Yuzhny
The company Portinvest plans to construct a terminal for transshipment of grains and liquid cargoes in the Yuzhny port with the capacity of 10 mln tonnes, declared Alexander Smirnov, Head of the company.
According to him, Portinvest plans to build facilities for processing of agricultural products in the port. The potential of the port Yuzhny totals more than 100 mln tonnes, added A.Smirnov. There are plenty of place on the shore for everyone, but facilities of the public infrastructure are missing: piers and railways.
He noted that if the dredging works reach the claimed level of 21 meters, the port Yuzhny will become the deepest port in the entire Black-Asov Sea region. Such results will be the unconditional competitive advantage for economy of the country, for both the export and import potential.
The holding Portinvest was founded in 2010, and System Capital Management owns 100% of its authorised capital stock. Portinvest is engaged in the strategical management of the transport assets, development and realization of various investment projects in the port sector, organization and management of the complex transportation services.
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