The “Seaside Terminal” company will continue to provide spotting services for Danube Shipping-Stevedoring Company LLC, which is a part of COFCO Agri

15/ 07/ 2019

Stevedoring companies operating in the Mykolayiv port, when handling cargo, frequently use the services of “Seaside Terminal” LLC. It is this company, which, at the stevedores’ requests, provides spotting services for train cars and delivers them from the Mykolaiv-Vantazhnyi station to the port.

The “Seaside Terminal” company’s services are used not only by the leading Ukrainian companies, but also by many international and transnational corporations. In particular, in 2014, the “Seaside Terminal” company started cooperation with the Danube Stevedoring and Shipping Company LLC (hereinafter “DSSC”), which is a part of the Ukrainian group of companies “COFCO Agri”, owned by the Chinese company COFCO Corporation. It was then, when the main Agreement on the provision of services related to the process of handling train cars was signed. During this time, the “Seaside Terminal” has established itself as a reliable partner, strictly fulfilling the terms of the contract and providing spotting services in quantities required by the stevedoring company within the stipulated time frame.

The number of train cars handled by “Seaside Terminal” LLC increases annually. Only in 2018, and within the limits of the agreement with DSSC (i. e. without taking other contracts into account), the “Seaside Terminal” company managed to handle over 32 thousand train cars, which allowed the Ukrainian representative office of the Chinese company to deliver 2 million tons of cargo to the Mykolaiv port.

Earlier in July, DSSC extended its cooperation agreement with the “Seaside Terminal” company for one more year; so the cooperation continues.

For reference: “Seaside Terminal” LLC, which is a part of the ORUM group, provides many services, including spotting services, dispatching, traction stock repair works, etc. The company has its own fleet of switcher locomotives.

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