Ukraine exported 15 million tonnes of grains and legumes since the beginning of the new 2020/2021 marketing year (July-June) and as of October 26, which is 2.94 million tonnes less than on the same date of the last MY.
According to the information and analytical portal of the agro-industrial complex of Ukraine, to date, 10.11 million tonnes of wheat (less by 810,000 tonnes), 3.3 million tonnes of barley and 1.54 million tonnes of maize (less by 2.05 million tonnes) have been exported.
As of October 26 of this year, 60,000 tonnes of flour were exported as well.
As reported, Ukraine exported record 57.2 million tonnes of grains, legumes and flour in the 2019/2020 marketing year, which is 13.5% more than in the previous marketing year.
Ukraine since the beginning of the new 2020/2021 marketing year (MY, July-June) and as of August 7, 2020 had exported 3.24 million tonnes of grains and legumes, which is 1.2 million tonnes less than on this date in the past MY.
According to the information and analytical portal of the Ukrainian agro-industrial complex, 1.67 million tonnes of wheat, 1.07 million tonnes of barley and 498,000 tonnes of corn have been exported to date.
As of August 7 of this year, 21,800 tonnes of flour had been also exported.
As reported, Ukraine exported a record 57.2 million tonnes of grain, legumes and flour in the 2019/2020 MY, which is 13.5% more than in the previous MY.
Nibulon on May 23, 2018 commissioned a new elevator complex for transshipment of grains and oilseeds with a capacity of about 43,000 tonnes within the loading terminal in Mykolaiv. According to a report on the website of Nibulon, the complex includes six tanks with a capacity of 7,200 tonnes each.
In addition, the pier with a length of 222 meters has been reconstructed.
“The new complex with equipment from the manufacturers Bühler GmbH (Germany), Precia SA (France), Cimbria Unigrain A/S (Denmark), UAB Liucija (Lithuania), etc. increased the total capacity of the grain storage facilities located in the territory of the company’s transshipment terminal in Mykolaiv to 173,000 tonnes and allows separately and simultaneously storing seven different crops,” the report states.
Nibulon was established in 1991. It is one of the largest operators in the grain market of the country. It has elevators with a total capacity of about 2 million tonnes, as well as its own transshipment terminal with a capacity of 5 million tonnes in Mykolaiv. Nibulon cultivates 83,000 hectares of farmland. It exports agricultural products to more than 60 countries. The annual volume of exports exceeds 4.5 million tonnes.