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Agroprosperis exports grain through Croatian seaports
In the first weeks of this September, the news that Ukraine started exporting grain through Croatian seaports spread across the Ukrainian and world media. Agroprosperis is one of the domestic exporters that were the first to use this route this year. It became an important step in the expansion of Ukrainian agro-logistics while the aggressor had been blocking the grain corridor from the Black Sea ports.
Agroprosperis is already familiar with this route and has successfully used it in previous years. During 2021-2022, our company shipped 4,000 tons of non-GMO soybeans to Italy through Croatian ports. Since the beginning of 2023-2024 season, we have shipped 6,000 tons of corn to Italy and 11,000 tons of wheat to Spain. We are continuing the wheat and soybean stockpiling program for customers in Egypt and Europe.
In the extremely difficult war times, Agroprosperis continues the crops production and export through alternative logistic routes. We are grateful for every day of the Ukraine’s Armed Forces and our farmers. In particular, for the selfless work of Agroprosperis Group crop production companies in Sumy and Chernihiv regions which are close to the border with Russia. Almost every day they sow and harvest crops under shellings. The future of Ukraine directly depends on your courage and resilience, as well as on our solidarity and unity. Agroprosperis Charity Fund, formed at the beginning of the full-scale war, also keeps on its operations. Up to date the direct assistance was provided to 2.4 thousand people who suffered from the war for a total amount of over UAH 30 million.