July 10

Duisburg starts handling Ukrainian grain transshipments

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Due to Russian attacks on Odesa, which have happened many times until now, Ukraine started transshipping its corn through the German port of Duisburg.

Even today, Odesa suffered another hit in the early hours of the day that resulted in the deaths of a truck driver and a port worker. Another port worker was injured.

Ukraine created a new cargo handling scheme via Germany being facilitated by Rhenus Port Logistics Rhein-Ruhr which provides a port terminal and special equipment for grain cargoes from Ukraine at terminal 4 of the Port of Duisburg.

Previously, corn was transported to its destination through the port of Odesa. Now there is also a railway route through Ukraine, Poland, and Germany. Upon arrival in Duisburg, the corn is transshipped directly from containers to inland vessels.

At the Ukrainian border town of Mostyska, cargo is transferred from grain wagons to standard EU containers for general cargo. At the Polish-Ukrainian border, cargo is blocked with special GPS tracking seals, which are then removed at the German-Polish border.

During the creation of the project, several things were taken into account. Namely, it takes into account the situation in the grain market but also the war in Ukraine as well as restrictions on the transit and import of grain in Europe.

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