N’UNIT plans to open two more container terminals in Ukraine

The N’UNIT company (“New Ukrainian network of intermodal terminals”) plans to expand its terminal network to six objects during 2021. Now two terminals are being prepared for commissioning – in Vinnitsa and on the state border with a change rail gauge, informs railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to REUA.

N'UNIT plans to open two more container terminals in Ukraine

Now the company has four own rail-road terminals in Ukraine. The flagship terminal in Kharkiv has been operating for a year now (capacity 3520 TEU, track length 2.5 km, warehouse area – 16.7 thousand m2). Two terminals operate near the capital – Kiev-East (since July last year it has been serving customers in Brovary) and Kiev-West (since September the terminal has been operating in Vishnevoe). Another terminal was opened in Dnipro two months ago.

The company also owns railway rolling stock and road transport, which is involved in the last mile service within a radius of up to 300 km.

The company offers regular export-import transportation between the ports of Greater Odessa and Klaipeda, as well as in international traffic.

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