Ukraine. A new grain terminal to be built in the port of Pivdenny
LLC TechAgro, which belongs to Burisma Holdings Group, will build a grain terminal in the seaport of Pivdenny for receiving grains from trucks and railcars, as well as vegetable oil and sunflower seed. The technical specifications of the future terminal are as follows:
- cargo turnover is to include 2.7 MMT of grains and 200 KMT of vegetable oils a year;
- sunseed crushing capacity at up to 80 KMT a year;
- the total area of the construction site at 30 ha.
The construction will begin next year. The project will be implemented in a bit more than 3.5 years, the payback period will be 6 years, UkrAgroConsult reports.
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