‘The Baltic route can be a good solution for Ukrainian grain exports’
Ukrainian grain exports are currently running smoothly also via rail. Congestion is at normal levels; however, in two-three weeks, the new peak export season will be here after the summer harvest. Ukraine’s options for transporting its agricultural produce are limited, yet, some solutions could prove valuable for all parties involved. For instance, the Baltic route appears to have much potential, according to the president of the Ukrainian Logistics Alliance, Edvins Berzins.
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