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Agroprosperis sent the first batch of wheat for export since the beginning of war through the Danube port
Agroprosperis Group of companies is gradually implementing a comprehensive action plan to restore the export of Ukrainian crops which was nearly stopped because of the Russian military seaports blockade.
Last week, Agroprosperis shipped 3,000 tons of 2021 harvest wheat. From a river port on the Ukrainian Danube, the grain went to a customer in Turkey.
The company continues to make efforts to develop a new direction of river logistics on the Danube, as well as working out a number of road and rail routes to the western borders.
As Agroprosperis CEO Igor Osmachko pointed out, “7 years ago we decided to strengthen our own industrial agricultural production by developing a supply chain around it. We paid special attention to building a full cycle of crops logistics from the field to the customer. Today we are convinced that was the right decision. We still have a lot of work to do with the technological features of alternative routes.
Yet, we have a professional and active team, practical developments and an action plan for the partial recovery of exports until the opening of ports, which, we believe, is being constantly brought closer by the daily efforts of our heroic army”.