Brooklyn-Kyiv plans to complete the construction of a grain handling complex at the Androsivskyi pier in the Odessa seaport in September this year.

Brooklyn-Kyiv will complete the construction of a new grain terminal in the port of Odessa in September
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Currently, the installation of the last of the 33 silos of the grain terminal at the Androsivsky pier is being completed. In September, the construction of the second phase and the entire grain terminal as a whole will be completed. After commissioning, the total volume of one-time storage of it will be 241 thousand tons, annual turnover – 4 million tons, – said the company.

Earlier, AMPU performed dredging to 12 m in the operating area of ​​the new berth №1-z on Androsivskyi pier. This was reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply

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Brooklyn-Kyiv and LDC have been jointly implementing a project to build a grain terminal at Androsivskyi Mall since 2012.

Following the results of 2020, Brooklyn-Kyiv took the seventh position among the 15 largest port terminals of Ukraine in terms of grain storage capacity.

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