Service of Ukrainian goods

 

As a result of Russia's aggression against Ukraine, the transport chains of Ukrainian goods were broken. The most difficult situation concerns Ukrainian grain, huge amounts of which got stuck on the territory of Ukraine, contributing to the growing world food crisis. The blockade of Ukrainian ports means that Polish ports, thanks to their geographical location and transhipment potential, can contribute to the development of new transport connections. Ports in Szczecin and Swinoujscie perfectly fit into this role and invite to cooperation all interested in reloading of Ukrainian goods or goods destined for Ukraine. In order to determine your requirements and needs and to properly redirect inquiries to the appropriate transshipment terminals, please contact us by e-mail:

PL-UA@port.szczecin.pl

 

Furthermore, we would like to inform that the European Commission has launched a platform for exchange of business information between the EU and Ukraine, which aims to bring closer and facilitate direct contact between EU and Ukrainian traders/operators.  

 

Entities interested in using the platform are invited to register at the link below:

https://eu-ua-solidarity-lanes.seu.b2match.io/home


Following the information received from the European Commission, we are pleased to announce the launch of a web application for the direct provision of offers for the sale and purchase of cereals named GrainLane. The application is also available for mobile devices. Link to the application.

 

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