Rain impedes grain shipment in seven sea ports of Ukraine

The Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority (USPA) reports that the majority of sea ports operate with no restrictions as of 8 a.m., 7 December, whereas seven maritime ports have had to postpone operations with grain cargoes over the rain.

The following sea ports have restricted loading operations:

  1. Izmail, Odesa region
  2. Chornomorsk, Odesa region
  3. Mykolaiv, Mykolaiv region
  4. Odesa, Odesa region
  5. Olvia, Mykolaiv region
  6. Kherson, Kherson region
  7. Pivdenny, Odesa region

Agricultural commodities logistics in Ukraine (click for higher resolution)

Reportedly, Bystroye mouth, Bug-Dnipro-Lyman Canal (BDLC) and Kherson Sea Canal (KSC) are open.

In late November, sea ports in Ukraine had to pause grain loading operations for adverse weather conditions.

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