JV Nibulon LLC (Mykoliav) intends to replace technological flows at its operating transshipment terminal for grains and oilseeds in Mykoliav and modernize the aspiration (ventilation) system, which will minimize the impact on the environment, increase the emergency safety of production, improve working conditions, fire safety and industrial sanitation.
Information about this is stipulated in the unified register of environmental impact assessment of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources of Ukraine.
The project involves the installation of additional 24 aspiration systems at the terminal, replacement of belt conveyors with chain conveyors, installation of fire-fighting dry pipes and explosion arresters for transport elevators – devices to prevent an explosion in an enclosed space.
At the moment, Nibulon is considering two options for installing the aspiration system: using dust collectors of the sleeve type or cyclone type.
The company said that its transshipment terminal is located on a plot with a total area of 15.86 hectares, which it owns.
JV Nibulon LLC (Mykolaiv), one of the largest grain traders in Ukraine, has confirmed its intention to build a terminal in Mykolaiv for loading grains and oilseeds to river transport with a storage capacity of 120,000 tonnes of agricultural products.
“With this initiative, our company has been contacting the competent authorities since 2016, but this issue has not been resolved for more than two years. Despite this, we confirm our intention for the construction of this facility,” Nibulon said in a statement.
Nibulon confirmed its intentions in connection with the publication on the official website of Mykolaiv City Council of design documentation and a report on strategic environmental assessment. In particular, the matter concerns the construction of a terminal with an area of 5.67 hectares, a storage capacity of 120,000 tonnes of grain products, and an area for trucks of 2.5 hectares for loading grain and oilseeds to the Nibulon river transport.
JV Nibulon LLC was established in 1991. It is one of the largest operators in the grain market of Ukraine.
Nibulon (Mykolaiv), one of the largest grain traders in Ukraine, is launching a new comprehensive project involving the construction of a port complex in Ochakiv (Mykolaiv region), which will become the base for the company’s fleet.
“Our company is starting to work on the implementation of a new complex project at the mouth of the Dnipro-Buzky estuary. The base for this project will be Ochakiv fish canning plant, whose property we purchased at an auction. That is why our investment program at the mouth of the Dnipro-Buzky estuary will include two parallel directions,” Nibulon CEO Oleksiy Vadatursky said on his Facebook page.
According to him, the matter concerns the construction of a port complex and the restoration of fishing industry, in particular, the processing and canning of fish, crustaceans and mollusks in the Dnipro-Buzky estuary.
“This is a complex project, therefore we are also considering the possibility of building a specialized fleet for the needs of this industry at our own shipbuilding plant,” Vadatursky said.
Nibulon was established in 1991. It is one of the largest operators in the grain market of the country.
Nibulon will invest $19 million in construction of a river transshipment terminal in Ternivka (Zaporizhia region).
According to a posting on the company’s website, the launch of the terminal is scheduled for June 2019.
Along with the terminal, the project envisages construction of a berth of over 3 km long and dredging works on the Ploska Osokorivka River.
The company said that the terminal will hire 120 employees and will pay over UAH 2.7 million of taxes to the local budget a year.
The terminal will be third for the company in Zaporizhia region.
Nibulon was established in 1991. It is one of the largest operators in the grain market of the country. Nibulon cultivates 83,000 hectares. It exports agricultural products to more than 60 countries of the world. The annual export volume exceeds 4.5 million tonnes.
ING Bank N.V. (ING), as a mandated lead arranger and bookrunner, a syndicate of European commercial banks, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) have signed an agreement on providing a $80 million syndicated term loan for Mykolaiv-based Nibulon. The assets will be used to finance the company’s working capital needs associated with purchase of commodities in Ukraine and exports to the global market, according to a reports on the company’s website.
The loan tenor is three years.
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. The company has 11 river terminals on the Dnipro and the Southern Buh, its fleet consists of 67 vessels. Nibulon cultivates 83,000 hectares of farmland. It exports farm produce more than 60 countries. The annual volume of exports exceeds 4.5 million tonnes.
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.