After seven long months, Odessa-based logistics company Farcont Project has completed a complex delivery to Ukraine. Despite the closure of the Odessa ports, the materials were sent through the Polish ports, and then by land by rail. It is reported by Railway Supply magazine with reference to RailFreight.

Farcont Project

The project, which began in December 2022, was to supply about 5,000 cubic meters of materials and equipment, including three units weighing 117 tons each, for a nuclear power plant in war-torn Ukraine.

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The CEO of the Farcont Project noted that despite the fact that the Odessa port was inaccessible due to the illegal presence of Russian forces blocking access, the company was able to continue its activities using rail transport to transport goods through Poland and Romania.

The cargo was imported through Polish seaports under special permits. After their arrival in Poland, measures were taken to reload and transport the cargo by rail to Ukraine. Farcont Projects then arranged for final delivery and unloading at the final job sites.

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