• 2018 November 14 16:40

    NIBULON’s fleet masters transportation of bulky cargo

    NIBULON says it actively redirects its cargo flows to water transport. Each year it increases the volume of cargoes transported by inland waterways. Our shipping company transports not only grain, but also other cargoes, namely metal, building materials (sand, piles, etc.), coal, Kherson watermelons and melons. But we do not stop at what has been achieved. We continue to expand the list of types of cargoes transported. 

    Anatolii Hankevych tug and two non-self-propelled vessels cast off from Kherson Sea Port and moved to Poltava Ore Mining and Processing Plant (Horishni Plavni, Poltava region). They transport a new type of cargo – an iron ore roasting kiln of foreign production – for the first time.  It is expected that the cargo will arrive on Tuesday, November 13.

    The production technology of such equipment requires assembly and testing directly at the production plant, after which it is ready for operation. Thus, its transportation requires the use of transport of appropriate size, which optimizes the cost of both delivery and commissioning.

    In view of this and in order to optimize the possible expenses, DEALEX TRANSPORT Ltd. decided to use the technical capabilities of NIBULON’s fleet, having involved NIBULON’s shipping company in transporting the kiln. According to the representatives DEALEX TRANSPORT Ltd., a total weight is 800 tons, diameter – about 8 m, and every part of it should have been loaded on the company’s vessels using a 100-ton crane.  

    In the field of transportation of bulky cargo by inland waterways of Ukraine, NIBULON’s fleet can compare itself to An aircrafts in the air.

    For the first time in the history of Ukraine, an agrarian company revives domestic navigation and shipbuilding providing stimulus to other sectors of the country’s economy (industry, construction, metallurgy, etc.). NIBULON’s shipping company has transported more than 12 million tons of cargoes, and therefore 500 thousand trucks have been removed from the roads.

    In 2017/18 MY, the company transported 2.5 million tons by water transport per year. NIBULON continues to implement its large-scale investment project aimed at transporting 4 million tons per year by river transport. The company plans to achieve this result within two years. To transport such volumes of cargoes, a new powerful fleet is needed. And NIBULON builds it at its own shipbuilding and repair yard in Mykolaiv, one of the few shipyards in Ukraine constructing complete vessels. The shipyard launches a new, larger and more complex vessel almost every month. In the coming years, the company’s fleet will consist of 100 units.

     




2019 February 20

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17:52 VNIIR-Progress St. Petersburg supplies electrical equipment for Atomflot icebreaker
17:28 Documents on concession model for Taman dry cargo area project to be submitted to RF Govt in March 2019
17:04 Cammell Laird stages ‘float-off’ for new £10m ferry for Red Funnel
16:46 VTMS, AIS and Pilotage Service on the Northern Sea Route to remain under Rosmorport’s control
16:25 NOVATEK eyes arranging LNG bunkering in Sabetta
16:04 Maersk enhances Asia-Europe network to further improve schedule reliability
15:43 Decision made on transfer of FSUE Hydrographic Company to Rosatom Corporation
15:21 Euronav sells LR1 Genmar Сompatriot
14:54 SIA Extron Baltic receives award for rapid growth in the Port of Riga
14:30 NOVATEK announces consolidated IFRS results for year ended 31 December 2018
14:02 COSCO SHIPPING Lines and Bolloré Transport & Logistics sign a MoU to develop new synergies
13:39 ABP partners with Grimsby-based Maritime Academy
13:15 Toll unveils new Australian ship
12:48 Increasing numbers of cruise ships making their maiden calls to Southampton
12:22 Transport Week 2019 welcomes Kalmar among its sponsors
12:01 First diesel-electric Damen Shoalbuster 3514 DP2, IMO Tier 3 ordered by Herman Sr
11:50 20 vessels escorted by icebreakers in eastern part of Gulf of Finland during 24 hours on February 19-20
11:33 DP World acquires leading European transportation and logistics provider P&O Ferries
11:09 Port of Oakland to get three new cranes
10:47 Brent Crude futures price is down 0.3% to $66.25, Light Sweet Crude – down 0.02% to $56.44
10:35 2nd Hydraulic Engineering Structures and Dredging Congress kicks off in Moscow
10:18 Baltic Dry Index is down to 635 points
10:00 IMO Secretary-General urges all aboard for GHG reduction
09:34 Baltiysky Zavod completed shaping ice belt of nuclear-powered icebreaker Ural of Project 22220
09:25 Keppel delivers jackup rig to Grupo R on sale and leaseback deal
09:15 FESCO new vessel starts working on a regular service among the ports of China and Far East of Russia

2019 February 19

18:03 San Vicente Terminal Internacional receives two state-of-the-art cranes to enhance operations
17:50 Throughput of port Kavkaz in Jan’2019 fell by 8% Y-o-Y to 1.82 million tonnes
17:26 Moody´s upgrades Hapag-Lloyd credit rating to B1
17:03 Jan De Nul's PDC and Bangladesh PPA to pick engineer services provider for Payra dredging project
16:29 TMA Logistics, CTU and VCL join forces to establish Amsterdam-Utrecht-Rotterdam-Corridor
16:21 NIBULON shipbuilders finish constructing a series of POSS-115 Project tugs
16:03 MOL conducts underwater drone demonstration test for vessel bottom inspection
15:25 Wärtsilä’s propeller cap EnergoProFin listed in EcoAction Program
15:02 ICTSI's Matadi Gateway Terminal unlocks shipping system benefits
14:40 2nd conference on transportation of dangerous cargoes to address application of IMDG Code and ADR Agreement in Russia
14:02 Havyard to deliver ship design for further two cargo vessels for Royal Arctic Line
13:33 Ecochlor announces BWMS retrofit contract with Alaskan Tanker Company
13:02 GTT notified by Samsung Heavy Industries for the tank design of a new LNG carrier for Navigare
12:30 Gas4Sea partners and Equinor signed an LNG bunkering agreement
12:24 Social allocations of Multipurpose Reloading Complex grew by 22% YoY to RUB 3.8 million in 2018
12:01 Rail traffic at the Port of Gothenburg up to 398,000 TEUs in 2018
11:43 International best practices are introduced at ASCO to protect sailors health
11:41 Port of Hamburg sets record for seaport-hinterland rail traffic in 2018
11:39 IMO’s Sub-Committee on Pollution Prevention and Response meets this week
11:18 Concordia Damen celebrates naming of innovative Sendo Liner
11:15 ASCO hosted a training course for instructors
10:47 24 vessels escorted by icebreakers in eastern part of Gulf of Finland during 24 hours on February 18-19
10:22 ABP bolsters business with paper company joining Port of Hull
09:58 Brent Crude futures price is down 0.42% to $66.22, Light Sweet Crude – down 0.38% to $56.19
09:40 BIMCO demands 4th IMO GHG Study based on realistic economic growth
09:19 Baltic Dry Index is up to 643 points

2019 February 18

18:06 Algoma announces the Algoma Conveyor is headed for Canada
17:36 Maersk Line announces rates from Mediterranean to West and Central Asia
17:06 CMA CGM announces FAK rates from ISC to North Europe and the Mediterranean
16:41 MAN Energy Solutions launches new TCT turbocharger series
16:26 VSC receives positive conclusion of state environmental expertise
16:02 Herbert-ABS releases HECSTAB Offshore
15:31 PPR 6 preview: IBIA working for sensible 2020 solutions at IMO meeting