Agroprosperis resumes grain exports via Danube port

Agroprosperis, an agriculture subsidiary of NCH in Ukraine, shipped the first consignment of wheat for export through one of the ports on the Danube River since the war in Ukraine started.

The shipment was made in the week of May 30-June 5. The consignment of 3,000 tons of grain of the 2021 crop was delivered to the customer in Turkey.

A group of companies is gradually putting into practice a comprehensive action plan to resume exports of Ukrainian agricultural products in the conditions of military blockade of seaports.

"We have a qualified and committed team, practical guidelines and a plan of action for partial renewal of exports until the ports open, which, we believe, is made closed by our heroic Armed Forces," says Ihor Osmachko, Agroprosperis CEO.

In late May, the company exported a 4,500 t consignment of soybeans through the Port of Izmail.

Ukraine operates four ports on the Danube River: Reni, Izmail, Chilia and Ust’-Dunajsk.

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