USPA finalized dredging works in the port of Izmail

The Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority (USPA) reported on the completion of dredging works in the port of Izmail (Odesa region), the largest dredging project over the past eleven years.

The project was implemented with the involvement of the Romanian company COMPLEX DELTA, thus the port can now receive all vessels that can enter and exit through the Danube-Black Sea deep-water canal, and proceed them at berths.

“For the first time, a foreign company was engaged in the dredging process in the Ukrainian port on the Danube, which won the public competitive bidding. This procedure saved 12 pct of the expected value or UAH 3.8 million,” the Head of the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority Raivis Veckagans noted.

According to the report, the project implementation has significantly improved the capacity of receiving and proceeding vessels of the state stevedoring company Izmail Sea Trade Port.

Previously USPA informed about the start of the operational dredging of the approach channel in the Mykolaiv sea port.

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