USPA has launched Investportal
The Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority (USPA) says it has created and launched a special resource for investors, which provides full information on implemented and prospect projects in the ports of the country. This was announced by the Head of USPA, Raivis Veckagans, at the Ukrainian Ports Forum-2018.
«The Investment portal of USPA is specifically designed to attract investors to Ukrainian ports. This website brings together all the information that is necessary for private investors to make a decision and to help state-owned companies — for qualitative work with potential investors»,— said Raivis Veckagans.
The Investment portal was created by USPA in order to present infrastructure projects in the Ukrainian port industry and attract potential investors to the port infrastructure.
The target audience of the resource is investors who are interested in developing their business in Ukrainian ports and want to find partners for joint implementation of projects.
For them, the Investment portal offers many opportunities. Firstly, the site contains complete and up-to-date information on Ukrainian seaports (cargo turnover, cargo nomenclature, berthing and access infrastructure, depth, etc. in the context of each port). Thus, a potential investor can compare, analyze, and select a port that meets his requests.
Secondly, the site contains data on infrastructure projects that are already being implemented on the territory of Ukrainian ports. These projects may be at different stages of implementation, but still open for investments.
The Investment portal is a dynamic interaction tool. The feature of the site is that any company interested in business development in the seaports of Ukraine can place its project on this web resource to find potential investors. To do this, you need to contact USPA (the contacts are listed on the site) to upload information about the project.
Large-scale public procurement services, customer of which is USPA, will be also highlighted on the Investment portal. This will help to bring even a wider range of international and national contractors to implement infrastructure projects in the seaports of Ukraine.
In addition, the site contains recommendations on the mechanisms of investment in the maritime industry and the current legislation regulating business activities in ports.
To recall, Ukrainian Ports Forum-2018 for the first time was held on 31st of May in Odessa, organized by USPA and Center for Transport Strategies.