United Grain Company is in negotiations on building a grain terminal in Bronka or Primorsk
United Grain Company (UGC) is looking into construction of a dedicated grain terminal in the Baltic Basin, IAA PortNews correspondent cites Nikolay Arkhipov, Executive Director for Transport Logistics and Investments of UGC, as saying at the 2-nd International Conference ShippingRu 2018 (28 February, Moscow). According to him, negotiations are underway on building the terminal in Bronka (Saint-Petersburg) or in Primorsk.
When speaking at the conference, Alexander Goloviznin, Director Analytics and Logistics, Morstroytechnology, said that a dedicated grain terminal cannot appear in the Baltic Basin earlier than in 5 years. That is time needed for its designing and construction. The expert also said that the grain market situation is favorable for construction of a grain terminal in the area.