Directly at the port of Mykolayiv on the Black Sea, the Evrovneshtorg branch has been located since summer 2018. The city is considered to be the industrial centre of the agriculture and is, due to its location, a strategically useful starting point for trade, especially when it comes to agricultural products such as cereals or maize.
When Evrovneshtorg decided to enter this business, the company had no involvement with grain processing. But as the owner of a supermarket chain and several department stores, one thing was clear: Food safety and thus also conveyor technology that is gentle on the product were the focus for the customer.
The terminal facility, which has been growing steadily since summer 2018, has handled around 4 million tons of grain and corn within one year (December 2018 to December 2019). The reason for this is probably the optimal location on the Bug Canal and the connection to the main traffic routes road and rail traffic. Optimal conditions, which make the port an important hub for the Ukrainian grain trade.