During a meeting of Ukrainian and Slovak railroaders, Josef Virba, a representative of ZSSK Cargo, said that in October, the Czech steel plant Třinecké Železárny is expected to radically reduce the volume of iron ore it accepts.
Low efficiency of the terminals in transshipment from barges and the lack of alternative road transshipment significantly limit Ukrainian grain exports and traffic through Constanta.
Up to 557 wagons were reportedly heading to the Batiovo – Epereshke land border crossing point on September 18, of which 108 wagons were loaded with grain, 220 wagons with iron ore, 81 wagons with mineral fertilizers, and 32 containers.
Up to 3,100 wagons with grain were waiting for unloading at Ukrainian sea ports on September 14. Taking into account that approximately 201 wagons per day are accepted at the stations
LTG Cargo Ukraine announces a partnership with Atlas Trading, a Ukrainian-Polish company that owns more than 40,000 hectares of land and its own elevators.
About 1,600 wagons including 143 wagons with sunflower oil, 460 wagons with cakes, 500 wagons with ore and 135 containers were moving to the Izov station on September 6. As many as 1,800 wagons of which 341 wagons with metals
From September 15 and until the cancellation of this decision, transportation of wheat and meslin (HS 1001), corn (1005), rapeseed (1205) and sunflower seeds (1206) from Ukraine via Izov-Exp (PKP) to Poland is prohibited, but transit transportation is allowed provided that documents contain a statement by the sender stating