10.07.2018

Container volume of Ukraine has achieved significant growth in 1H 2018

In 1H 2018 Ukrainian container volume has grown significantly, laden import has achieved growth of 14,38% (from 87k to 100k units) as well as laden export – by 9,37% (from 95k to 103k units).
 
However, in terms of TEU laden import of Ukraine has grown by 17,75% (from 138k to 163k TEU), while laden export has grown by 16,89% (from 135k to 158k TEU).
 
In 1H 2018 against 1H 2017 total container volume of Ukraine in terms of TEU has grown by 14,93%, 390k TEU against 340k TEU respectively.
 
Detailed study is available upon request.

26.06.2018

Ukrainian containerized export of pea, wheat and corn has grown by 10,10% in 2017 against 2016

In 2017 against 2016 containerized export of pea from Ukraine has grown by 16,48% (from 10k to 11,5k units). At the same time containerized export volume of wheat has decreased by 11,66% (from 13,6k to 12k units), but this decrease was covered by significant growth of export volume of corn in containers – by 373,75% (from 640 to 3k units).
 
It is expected that in 2018 export volume of pea in containers will reach about 12k units, while wheat will continue to deacrease to 10,8k containers per annum. As for export volume of corn in containers we forecast that its volume will continue its growth to 4k units in 2018.
 
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22.06.2018

Container volume of Ukraine has achieved significant growth in 5m 2018

In 5m 2018 the container volume of Ukraine has grown significantly, in terms of units there was a growth of laden import by 15,68% (from 72k to 83k) as well as laden export – by 8,83% (from 79k to 86k).
 
At the same time, in terms of TEU there was a growth of laden import by 18,91% (from 114k to 125k TEU), while laden export has grown by 15,83% (from 112k to 130k TEU).
 
In 5m 2018 against 5m 2017 total container volume of Ukraine in terms of TEU has grown by 14,43%, 324k TEU against 283k TEU respectively.