The state-run enterprise Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority in 2017 is scheduled to hold dredging works at seaports at the total area of about 20 million cubic meters, including capital dredging.
Newly appointed acting head of the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority Raivis Veckagans announced this during a meeting with dredging companies in the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine.
According to him, dredging projects at the Yuzhny and Chornomorsk seaports covering the total area of 10.9 million cubic meters, including 4.4 million cubic meters in the Yuzhny seaport alone, are planned for this year. The Sea Port Authority also plans to hold dredging works at 8.7 million cubic meters using its own fleet. (Interfax/Business World Magazine)