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Government confirms plans to build grain transshipment complex in Mariupol port

The total project cost is estimated at $16.4 million
12:23, 12 January 2018

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At its meeting held on 11 January, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved an adjusted project for the construction of a specialized grain transshipment complex on the premises of the Mariupol seaport in Prymorsky district of the city, Interfax-Ukraine reports.

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According to the government’s resolution, the construction project was included in the port’s development plan until 2020, as well as its investment plan for 2018.

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The project envisages the construction of ten silos for grain storage with 5,700-ton capacity, two operational silos of 500 tons, a border gallery, a laboratory of raw materials, a station for unloading road and rail transport. As a result of the construction, the port’s annual volume of grain transshipment is expected to grow by one million tons.

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The project is expected to cost around $16 million, of which $5.9 million will be used to finance the construction works, another $7.39 is to be spent on equipment, while all other costs are estimated in the neighborhood of $3 million. It is estimated to take around 15.5 months to complete the project.

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