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The cargo turnover plan of the Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi Port exceeded by 2.2 percent
Oct 13 2009, 14:06

ODESA, OCTOBER, 13th, 2009, CONTEXT-PRICHERNOMORIE – The cargo turnover plan of the Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi Commercial Sea Port exceeded by 2.2 percent within nine months of 2009, Context-Prichernomorie correspondent reports.

The agency was informed about it today 13 October at the press-service of the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Ukraine.

According to the information provided, during the period of nine months of 2009 the plan of the Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi Commercial Sea Port.

“The dynamics of cargo operations in 2009 demonstrates the peak falls on June. As for the general dynamics of cargo operations, it has been positive in followup of 9 months. The peak of operations with wood and technological raw materials fell at May, when the port operated 20 thousand tones”, they reported in the Ministry.

The net effective income for nine months has made 61 million 900 thousand UAH, exceeding the plan by 9 million 700 thousand UAH or 18.5 percent.

The net gain being 18 million 400 thousand UAH, the plan has been exceeded by 3.3 times i.e. 12 million 300 thousand UAH.

INFORMATION: In 1971 the Commercial Sea Port of Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi was opened in the aim of relieving the nearest big ports Odesa and Illichivsk from handling small tonnage vessels. The port includes the port point of Bugaz, located right in the mouth of the Dniester River before the railway bridge. The port specializes in handling foreign trade and coastal cargoes (grain, timber, general cargoes, livestock, and mineral building materials). It is mainly intended for general and bulk cargo handling, but can also handle containers. In its peak period (1980) the port handled up to 2 million 700 thousand tonnes of cargo. In 1999, the port handled 607 thousand 900 tonnes of cargo, mainly timber, grain, scrap, and metals. Most of these cargoes are exported to Turkey, and the countries around the Mediterranean Sea. The port territory covers 37.57 ha, 21.57 of which are deposited territory. There are 9 berths in the port with an overall length of 1,100 m, and depths at berths varying from 3.5 to 5.2 m. The port can handle up to 50 railway carriages of grain per day. Loading and unloading can be carried out both directly (ship to wagon, or wagon to ship), and via cargo storage spaces.

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