Ukraine. UMG Investments planning to build a grain terminal
A new grain export terminal with an annual capacity of 9 MMT may be constructed at the sea port of Pivdenny. The facility is to be built by the Ukrainian investment company UMG Investments, which belongs to System Capital Management (SCM). It is projected to construct the grain terminal in two stages for 2-3 years. Capital investment in the project will exceed USD 150 Ml, UkrAgroConsult reports.
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