The first large batch of vegetable oil from Ukraine was sent for export from the port of Klaipeda

A tanker with 15,000 tons of Ukrainian oil left the port of Klaipėda (Lithuania), the stevedoring company Bega, which operates in the port, reported.

This is written by СTS.

“This is the first large shipment of Ukrainian food products exported through the port of Klaipeda,” said the chairman of the board of directors of the company Aloizas Kuzmarskis.

Bega did not specify the destination port, but the previous cargo of Ukrainian oil was taken to the port of Dunkirk (France).

Ukrainian products have been arriving in Klaipeda since May. Before this batch, corn, grain and vegetable oil were exported through the Bega company in small batches or combined with Lithuanian cargoes.

According to Kuzmarskis, this cargo transshipment route is promising.

At the same time, he confirmed that the challenges associated with the arrival of Ukrainian cargoes at the port were overcome, the flows stabilized, and the logistics time was reduced.

Ukrainian agricultural products arrive in Lithuania via Poland. Cargo is transported by subsidiaries of “Lithuanian Railways”, LTG Cargo and LTG Cargo Polska together with partners.

Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Got additional questions?
We will be happy to assist!

What You Need to Know about Black Sea Region.

The latest on what’s moving agro markets, in your inbox