• 2017 December 15 15:34

    Construction at NIBULON’s transshipment terminal in Mykolaiv is in full swing

    NIBULON says it continues constructing its complex for transshipment of grain and oilseeds of about 43 thousand tons at NIBULON’s transshipment terminal in Mykolaiv. It takes place under support of the International Finance Corporation.

    The specialists have already constructed a monolithic areaway for the headhouse, bottoms of areaways of galleries for silos No. 15-16 and concrete foundations for galleries No. 4-5.

    Piles for two more silos are being rammed. It is planned to finish construction of foundations for silos No. 15-16 by December 18, and foundations for silo No. 14 and for the headhouse by December 22.

    In addition, contracting organization Gazvodmontazh Ltd. (headed by V. Boryshkevych) started to lay fire main system, utility and drinking water supply, and outer network of storm drain.

    Specialists of Ukrdobrobud Ltd. (headed by M. Obleshchuk) are reconstructing the cargo berth No. 2 as part of the transshipment terminal. As a result, it will be extended to 222 m. The company received a declaration of the start of construction at the berth in May 2017.

    At present, four piling machines of such contracting organizations as Chornomorhidrobud Ltd. (headed by O. Veitsman), Perspektyva-Mykolaiv Ltd. (headed by V. Slabliuk), Bastion Ltd. (headed by V. Korienman) and Rembud Teremky Ltd. (A. Kuliasov) are operating at the site.  

    Among other construction companies working at the construction site are: Kondratiuk Self-Employed Individual – the areaway for the headhouse, foundation for silos, foundations for transport galleries; Vzaiemodiia Ltd. (headed by V. Levchenko) and Prombud-2 Ltd. (headed by V. Zahorui) – foundations for silos.

    The agreements with Poltavaspetsmontazh Ltd. (R. Bilikhin), Montazhspetskonstruktsiia Ltd. (V. Bereza) and Budivelna Kompaniia Ltd. (P. Maliutov) are signed. At present, the above-mentioned companies are producing the necessary metalware.

    Some equipment of the world’s leading manufacturers has already been delivered, and the rest will have been delivered to Mykolaiv by mid-January. In particular, we have already received transport equipment from Cimbria Unigrain A / S (Denmark) and silos for dry grain storage from FRAME S.R.L. (Italy). The remaining part of transport and grain cleaning equipment of the Swiss company BUHLER GmbH will be delivered by the end of December, and hopper scales of the French company Precia S.A. will be delivered at the beginning of the next month.

    We would remind you that upon construction completion, which is scheduled for February 2018, total capacity of grain silos located at the transshipment terminal will attain 173 thousand tons. It will be possible to store seven different crops separately and simultaneously at the transshipment terminal when the new complex is put into operation. In addition, the terminal will be capable of receiving all crops and ensuring continuous transportation of agricultural products along the Southern Buh River all the marketing year long.




2018 June 19

11:37 Damen and Saab announce partnership to participate on the tender for the Tamandaré Class Corvette
11:34 Saturnus, first vessel in the Evolution series, launched at AVIC
11:09 Marine Technics and Alexeev’s Hydrofoil Design Bureau extend joint projects
10:45 Arctia appoints Senior Vice President for Offshore and Marine Services
10:23 Brent Crude futures price down 0.64% to $74.86, Light Sweet Crude – down 0.62% to $65.28
10:01 Small missile ships of RF Navy’s Caspian Flotilla sail from Sevastopol to Mediterranean Sea
09:40 Rescuers of RF Navy’s Northern Fleet train in rendering assistance to submarine in Kola Bay
09:16 Baltic Dry Index up to 1,442 points

2018 June 18

18:12 Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping Company takes part in TransCaspian/Translogistica 2018
17:57 Legislative amendment promotes automatisation tests in maritime transport with regard to manning and watchkeeping
17:35 First major forum on the new Silk Road organised by the Port of Marseille Fos
17:05 Aker Solutions teams up with SAP for next steps in digitalizing its business
16:45 HMM signs Letter of Intent for its mega containership orders
16:24 Victor Olersky handed in his resignation notice
16:18 European Council extends sanctions on Crimea and Sevastopol for another year
16:05 DryShips announces agreements to sell two older Panamaxes
15:40 Tuapse Commercial Seaport elected seven BoD members
15:33 Poland holds World Maritime Day Parallel Event
15:13 IMO member states must progress on key sulphur cap issues at critical meeting in July
14:59 Average wholesale prices for М-100 HFO down to RUB 17,923 in RF spot market
14:13 Navios Maritime Containers announces acquisition of five containerships and options to acquire four additional containerships
13:35 Maersk launches a new line to the Middle East from Fos
13:00 Aker Arctic demonstrates autonomous vessel in model tests
12:36 ABB to improve Edda Fides floating hotel safety with leading digital technology
11:47 Freeport of Riga Authority and Port of Rotterdam Authority sign cooperation agreement
11:24 Port of Tallinn signs MoU with the City of Tallinn for development of the Old City Harbour area
11:01 Dorian LPG Board declines BW LPG'S unsolicited proposal
10:25 Brent Crude futures price down 0.76% to $72.88, Light Sweet Crude – down 1.73% to $63.73
10:12 Capital Product Partners L.P. announces new period charters for four of its product tankers
10:03 Port of Silloth invests £250,000 in new solar farm on Marshall Dock
09:41 Fishers fatalities give impetus to fishing vessel safety work
09:18 Baltic Dry Index up to 1,445 points

2018 June 17

18:40 Port of Oakland's largest terminal operator OK new lease to 2027
18:38 GoodBulk Ltd. announces delivery of Capesize vessel
18:32 Navios Maritime Partners announces sale of containership and options to sell four additional containerships

2018 June 15

18:35 Hapag-Lloyd implements Peak Season Surcharge from Mediterranean to USA
18:05 Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean adds Adelaide on the Australia service
17:54 Throughput of port Kaliningrad in 5M’18 up 12% Y-o-Y to 6.05 million tonnes
17:35 GTT conducts two FEED studies on two types of Gravity Based System
17:20 Throughput of port Vyborg in 5M’18 up 22% Y-o-Y to 610,900 tonnes
17:05 Port of Koper officially part of the New Silk Road
16:40 Yantar Shipyard launches yet another trawler of Project SK-3101R
16:35 Port of Long Beach volume up to 687,427 TEU in May 2018
16:05 Royal IHC joins PortXL
15:45 Throughput of port Vysotsk in 5M’18 declined by 3% Y-o-Y to 7.49 million tonnes
15:22 Main phase of Nizhegorodsky hydrosystem project obtains state expert approval
15:21 VTG FastTrack makes ad hoc transportation from the Port of Hamburg possible
15:00 Vopak opens new rail infrastructure in the port of Antwerp
14:21 Royal IHC and IHC IQIP sign memorandum of agreement with SOIC
14:09 DNV GL issues first type approval for aluminium cables onboard ships
13:16 Throughput of port Primorsk in 5M’18 down 18% Y-o-Y to 22.63 million tonnes
12:48 Bunker prices are down at the Port of Saint-Petersburg, Russia (graph)
12:27 Innovative solution for lowering of ship emissions tested in the port of Rotterdam
12:23 LUKOIL commissions third well at Filanovsky field second stage
11:59 Throughput of port Ust-Luga in 5M’18 down 1% to 41.48 million tonnes
11:31 Throughput of Big Port St. Petersburg up 16% to 24.73 million tonnes in 5M’18
11:02 Lloyd’s Register and TWI launch Fullagar Technologies
10:30 Kotug Smit Towage performs naming ceremony for Damen tugs Rotterdam & Beagle
10:24 Brent Crude futures price down 0.14% to $75.83, Light Sweet Crude – down 0.09% to $66.83
10:02 Seaports of Ukraine handled 54.3 million tonnes of cargo in 5M’18, down 2.1% Y-o-Y